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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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  • deb7355 Oct 07, 2008

    I'd tried that! Am now preparing to beat the VCR with a branch, like Basil Fawlty.....

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Hi Debbie, I've been trying to locate a PDF user manual for this but no luck, sorry. Look for a 'SEND' 'TRANSMIT' 'OK' or 'CONFIRM' button on the remote unit. Good luck!

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