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I HAVE A SANYO hv-dx2 DVD/VIDEO. WHENEVER I WATCH SKY OR ANALOGUE TV I GET GOOD QUALITY PICTURES. BUT WHEN I SWITCH THE DVD/VIDEO ON - THE ANALOGUE CHANNELS STAY OK BUT SKY PICTURES GOES VERY GRAINY AS IS ANYTHING RECORDED FROM SKY

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snakehead
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SOURCE: Sanyo DRW-1000 DVD Recorder / VCR Combo

if you have not plug out your set for a while then i recommend to do now leave it for about 2 days then plug it in back if it does the same problem,then have a tech look at your set.good luck

Posted on Jun 04, 2007

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SOURCE: Unable to set TV channels on dvd recorder since connected to Sky box

Hi,

Please connect ariel to vcr then dvd then tv .scart(tv)on sky box to tv.scart(vcr)on digibox to vcr.vcr ariel out to dvd in,& dvd ariel out to tv. to record vcr video to dvd must set to av on dvd player. you should be all right with this.

If you still have problem connecting then Just refer THIS link and it will tell you everything as how to set it up step by step with the diagrams.

Goodluck...

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a Panasonic DMR-EZ47V

For an unknown reason the problem was solved by turning off the DVD recorder for a minute or 2 and this reset the the entire recorder. This was done because apart the means of resetting the tuning within the recorder's menu wasn't solving the problem.

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Cable box, digital service, channels not appearing

connect the RF lead from the wall to your cable box then out from that to your dvd then out from your dvd to your tv. now connect a scart lead from the cable box to AV 2 on the DVD then connect AV 1 on the DVD to your TV if you have a second scart on your tv connect that to the cable box. NOW on the DVD select AV2 now whatever is on the cable box will be recorded onto DVD/VCR. Put the DVD recorder into VCR mode and set it to auto tune all the Digital Video Broadcasts. You cannot physically tune the cable boxes own channels into the DVD via RF it has to be via a scart.

Posted on Jul 28, 2008

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SOURCE: watching another channel while recording

Hi there! Sorry but you can't unless you have My Sky/HD recorder. The sky decoder is simply a one channel watch decoder. You can only record a sky channel and watch the channels normally provided via your VHF and UHF aerials connected to the decoder or vice versa.
My Sky fixes that although you cannot record to a dvd disc on this thing and the privilege comes at a price of course!

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

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You can find the manual here:

http://www.retrevo.com/search/v2/jsp/downloadPage.jsp?doc=b7a9e24543cb9cdef7c4e094fb734a9a&q=Sanyo+DWM-400

They will make you enter your email address if you want to download the manual.

I'm not sure you'll need the manual if you have a newer TV and want to hook this up the way most people do.

Just about all new televisons have a variety of video inputs. Typically you use one for your Cable box, one for your DVD (or VCR). When you wish to watch cable you "tell" your TV you want to view that input and when you want to watch the DVD player you tell the TV that's the input to use. Most Cable Box remotes are set up to control the TV so you can change the input without having to use the original TV remote. You can also, generally, change the TV input from the front panel of the TV set. If you give me the make/model of your TV I may be able to help you figure out how to switch inputs.

But back to the DVD. I downloaded the manual and this DVD can generate output in a few different formats. The easiest will probably be the jacks numbered 2 which is the Audio There are two them, one is RED, and one is WHITE, and jack number 4. This is the Video and will be YELLOW in color. I'll be the DVD player came with a cable set that has three connectors on each end. They will be colored YELLOW, RED, and WHITE.

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If you have an older TV we will need to use a different method to hook up the DVD player.

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