I need to know how to program a MATSUI VP9607. I've managed to sort out how to put in the program data, just need to know which button to press to get it to accept the data and record when I'm out. I seem to have tried every combination of buttons except the correct one. Any help will be most appreciated. Thanks, Debbie
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Note: most remotes allow you to find the code by manually turning the TV (or other device) on first, then press the appropriate button (cable, DVD, surround, etc) then setting the the remote in the "program" mode, then keep pushing the "off/power" button until the TV (or other device) turns off, at that point the code is set.
Do you mean that you can't receive any channels with the built-in tuner? In that case, the problem is that the tuner is analog and most stations world-wide are broadcasting in digital. You will need the appropriate digital-to-analog converter (set-top box with tuner). These directions assume OTA signal and an appropriate antenna. If you have cable, check your output and the specs of the cable tuner versus that of the VCR. Most VCRs can only tune in signals that come in over the RF input (coax). If the tuners aren't compatible, you can still record.
In any case, when you use a set top box, set the VCR to the appropriate input channel. (On some VCRs this was Line In or channel 3 or 4 but check your manual. I know the RF output to the TV had to be between 53 and 67. The documentation for the input isn't something I remember for this model.)
If you mean that you can't get tapes to play correctly, try cleaning the VCR. (You can either use a cleaning tape or isopropyl alcohol on cotton swabs after opening the cover to the VCR). Next you may need to adjust the tracking of the head. See your manual - there are buttons to adjust the tracking on the original remote.
A DTV converter box will take digital broadcast signals from the antenna and convert them to a format compatible with the VCR. You will be able to record programs received through the DTV box on your VCR if you could record analog over-the-air programs before the digital changeover. You can use either the RF output or the component output from the DTV box to input to the VCR.
I bought the Matsui VX1107A many years ago and recently pulled it out of storage for use in the childs bedroom. I unluckily put the pin in it three times which were incorrect, only to see Protected across the screen. I then trawled internet sites as I certainly wasn't going to part with my hard earned money to MasterCare for them to come and reset it. Then I came across a site that told me to pull the plug out the wall for an hour then plug it back in, then switch the vcr on then press the up arrow and the record buttons together at the same time for 5 or so seconds, then hurray it was unlocked but not set back to factory settings so I got another 3 try's of entering my pin again which i got correct, so if you know the pin then you can try this. Failing that I have the manual which came with the vcr if you tell me the section your looking for I'll scan and send the part to yourself but you would have to send an email address to send the document. Hope this helps Robert
One way is to manually select the missing channel with the numeric keypad, then push "add." There is also an auto program function puts the VCR into a search mode, adding all channels where a good signal is found. Early VCRs (like late '80s or so) did not have this auto mode, but many later ones did. Also, make sure your VCR is set to the "cable" or "CATV" mode not "off-air"
Do you have the VCR manual? If not, recheck your model and see if Panasonic has it online at http://service.us.panasonic.com/OperMan/Default.
I looked at at a manual for a PV-4651, and it showed functions which sounded similiar to what you need. Check pg. 10-12
There are probably a couple of different ways to hook things up. One is you hook the VCR "in between" the indoor antenna & the set. Hook antenna to VCR RF/Ant In, then VCR RF/Ant out to the Antenna input on TV. Your VCR will then be able to record one channel, while you watch another on TV. To play back the VCR, or do any VCR setup, TV channel must be set to either channel 3 or 4.
The other way is to use the Video & audio input/outputs on the VCR & TV. You will need the appropriate cable(s). Match the VCR video/audio outs with the set of inputs on TV. Video and audio out on the TV go back to the video/audio inputs on VCR. In order to view VCR playback, menu setup, you will need to select that input (line, aux, video 1 etc.) on the TV. This hookup probably won't allow the recording of a second channel while watching one.
As regards the hft channels, I assume you live in an area where such is being broadcast. The TV can probably be put into a programming mode where it will scan for all available channels, and put them into memory, or they can be programmed manually.