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WOULD YOU PLEASE TELL ME HOW TO TAPE PROGRAMS (THIS IF FOR TONIGHT) FROM MY TV ONTO MY OLD VCR MACHINE. THE TV IS SONY, THE VCR IS TOSHIBA. I WOULD SO MUCH APPRECIATE YOUR HELP! THANK YOU

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  • toodle264 Nov 06, 2008

    So, here is the model number of the TV, as you requested:

    SONY TV-TRINITRON- MODEL NO. KV-1926RA

    (difficult to read, may have been KU)

    *****THERE ARE NO RED, YELLOW OR WHITE THINGIES AT THE BACK OF THIS TV.
    THEY EXIST ONLY AT THE BACK OF MY DVD PLAYER.

  • toodle264 Nov 06, 2008

    It looks like that was it! Am i going to receive further instructions? You asked for the model no. which i have given/
    and i've stated that i have no red, white or red attachements at the back of tv.

    And so, what is next?

    thank you!


  • toodle264 Nov 06, 2008

    ****How can i RATE this solution, when you have not kept up your end?
    I gave you the info you asked for......told you about the absence of red,white,yellow chords.......and i have received nothing back from you.
    I am needing to tape something for this evening, paid the required amount for your aid, and you have stopped our communication.

    Anyone out there?

    thankyou,
    linda


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Get audio and video output (a av cable is needed) from tv and put them to vcr and pressrecord button. it will start recording.

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If you have cable:
connect the income cable to the input on the VCR. the VCR output connected to the TV input.
Set the date and time on the VCR. and set the propram to be record.

if you don't have cable. antenna connection goes to the input of the VCR. the outpout from VCR is connected to the TV input.


this is the basic setup. if your VCR is different or don't have the cable connector then e-mail me at frcs68@hotmail.com

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Can you please provide the model number of your TV?
If you check the back of your TV, you should see a number of connectors yellow, red and white. Find the one that says AV output, that will be the connection to use to connect to the VCR AV input. Select the VCR to the appropriate AV input to record programs.

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  • Jaime Hernandez Nov 06, 2008

    If your TV does not have the yellow, red and white connectors, then you will need to connect it as follows: antenna/cable connection goes to the RF input of the VCR. the RF output from VCR is connected to the TV input and the TV should be tune to channel 3 or 4 and the VCR to the channel you want to record the program from if you do not have a satellite or cable TV converter. If you have a cable converter ot satellite receiver then both the VCR and TV should be tune to channel 3 or 4.

    Click here for additional hook up diagrams.

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1. Turn on the VCR and then the TV, and change the TV channel to 4.
2. Insert a videotape. The VCR should be on already.
3. Set the "TV / Cable / VCR" switch on your remote to "VCR," then:
On your remote, type in the channel that your program is on.
This changes the channel in the VCR, not the TV (which must remain on 4.)
4. Press the "TV / Video" button on the remote. You should now see the channel your program is on. (The VCR should always stay in "TV" mode.)
5. Optional: Set the recording speed to "SP" (fastest) or "EP" (slowest) by pressing the "SP/EP" button on the remote. You may also want to reset the elapsed time clock by pressing the "C. Reset" button.
6. Press the "Rec" and "Play" buttons simultaneously. The word "Record" should appear on your TV screen for a few seconds, and your VCR should light up "REC" in red.
7. When you're finished press "Stop."

Thanks

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  • Indrajit Roy
    Indrajit Roy Nov 06, 2008

    How to set your VCR to record overnight



    1. Turn on the VCR and then the TV, and change the TV channel to 4.

    2. Insert a videotape. The VCR should be on already.

    3. Set the "TV / Cable / VCR" switch on your remote to "VCR," then:

    Press the "Menu" button. If you don't see a menu, try pressing the "TV/Video" button. The VCR should always be in "TV" mode.

    4. Press the "Select" button. This will access the "Program Set" function.

    5. Press "Select" again. This will select the first area to save your timing information.

    6. Input the date, start time, stop time, TV channel number, and tape speed. To move between the different fields, press the "select" button. To change a setting, press the CH/SET "+" or "-" button. If you miss a field, press "select" repeatedly until you return to the field you want. (Except for the channel number, the keypad on your remote will not work.) If the word "error" flashes, this means you have currently set the timer to record at a time which has already passed.

    Note: the day of the week will appear automatically. It may be incorrect, but just ignore it - the month and day are what is important.

    7. Press the "Menu" button. This will save your settings.

    8. Press the "Menu" button again. This will set the Auto Timer to "ON" and return you to regular viewing. (To move between the two choices, press the "+CH/SET-" button.)

    9. Power off your VCR. After a short pause, the VCR will light up the word "Timer" in yellow and turn off. Make sure your VCR is OFF when you leave the building, otherwise the timer will not engage. (The VCR displays only the time of day when it is off.)

    That's all!

    Tip: In the morning, press the "REVIEW" button to automatically rewind to the beginning of the recording and start to play back.



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