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To set record DATE,
press to select:
1~31= one time, or
DAILY= MON~ FRI, or
WEEKLY= same time
each week and
To set remaining items,
to select and
to set START/ STOP times,
CH (channel) or LINE
input (p. 35), and tape
speed (SP, LP, SLP).
to end programming.
To Enter More Programs,
to select and
to set an unused program
number, and then repeat
The “Timer” Indicator lights up on DECK.
• You can do Timer Recording with the power on or off.
• “TIMER REC WILL START SOON” appears on-screen for 2 minutes
before Timer Recording starts. If DECK is in DVD mode, no message
appears, but the VCR REC Indicator, the VCR mode indicator and
“REC” will flash on Multi function Display.
A universal remote can be programmed for your tv/vcr. Then you can access the menu to auto program your tv. Otherwise there should be a button on the front that allows you to access the menu and then auto program the unit.
You already hit the nail in the head,the problem might be the actual conector loose inside the set or the tuner has loose conections to the main board,the shell of the tuner is the ground make sure the conections are solid,if you are familiar with tv service this will help but if you are not too familiar be safe and call for help,right now it should not be expensive.
A couple of easy things you could try is to unplug the TV from the AC over night, to let it discharge, and see if theres any difference, and also try to connect it to another power outlet.
anything else is a bit tricky - if you have no electronic repair experience you should take the set to a repair shop. Some of the solutions described below can be dangerous, TV's are very hazardous to service. Even when plugged out, TV's can store very high voltages.
Its possible that you got some dry joints, look for poor soldered joints on the high voltage side, and resolder them. particularly around the high-heat producing parts and flyback, h-driver and other transformers, etc.... and look for obviously burnt or mis-shaped components.