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VHS tapes u can't turn off Captioning as(subtitles to u) because the technology was not there yet.Captioning put on to help the hearing impair and the deaf to able to watch the movie too.Only DVD movies Discs and Blu Ray movies Discs give u this option on the main menu of the movies.
To answer your question;
In order to watch both the dvd and vcr on the same tv input , you need to use the dvd/vcr output of your jvc.
The component output is for the dvd only.
So if you want to keep the component output for high definition when playing a dvd you can connect another rca cable from the dvd/vcr output of your jvc to another input on your tv when playing vhs.
If you want the owners manual online you can find it HERE
You`ll find all the info on page 11
Hope this help Good luck
Unplug it and wait 5min plug it back in and sometines it will work, I have three units they all do the same thing , with two of them the unpluging no longer works. I can't find anyone who knows whats wrong either
Had the same problem on my JVC vcr/dvd combo unit.
You need to turn off the timer function. I did this by making sure my remote was in the "VHS" mode...turn the swith from TV to the right (found on the remote in the upper left corner...an then hit the "vcr" button. Then point the remote at the VCR unit and hit the No. 4 button (timer turns off). Your unit should not have the red timer displayed and you should be able to play your tapes okay.
There were several screens that were unavailable and there seemed to be no obvious solution so I treated it like a PC and rebooted the unit. In terms of this unit, it meant unplugging the unit for an hour and then plugging it back in. All functionality is now available once again.
My 1st suggestion is to pull the AC power plug from the wall, wait 5 minutes (have a smoke or a coffee) and plug it back in. Then retry the functions that are giving you grief. Report back with the results and we'll go from there.
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