Question about LG Televison & Video
I think the system needs to be calibrated and then configured before the video can be used to record. It works fine otherwise.
WHAT "" system needs to be calibrated and then configured ""........""It works fine otherwise""
Disconnect the VCR from anything. place a vhs tape with information [picture of something you don't want any more or a vhs tape that you want erased] in the machine. The tape at the back left TAB must be covered to promit recording. turn machine on,shub the tape in, press record. if after a time and you REWIND, and the begining is blanked of picture information...........the recorder [VHS] is working. looking to see the cables and how they are connected.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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