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I have an orion vcr and i lost the remote.how do i change the speed on the vcr when i need to record something?

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BOB WHAT ORION VCR DO YOU HAVE ?
I HAD THE ORION M# -VH0211 AND I WAS ABLE TO CHANGE THE RECORD SPEED ONLY WHEN I SETTING THE TIMER. . NOW I JUST FOUND ANOTHER ORION M#-VH0220 BUT IT WILL NOT EVEN LET ME SET RECORD SPEED WITH THE TIMER. THE REMOTE I'M USING IS A UNIVERSAL RCA THAT I WAS ABLE TO MAKE WORK EXCEPT FOR THE RECORDING SPEED SETTING. .. SO IF YOU HAVE THAT MODEL . .I GUESS WE WILL HAVE TO FIND THE ORIGINAL REMOTE . .OR LIKE ME JUST RECORD WITH SP ...MORE COST BUT AT LEAST THE QUALITY WILL BE GOOD. . .. GOOD LUCK ! JERRYUUC

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I'm sorry, but the speed cannot be changed without the remote.

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