I have located the VCR tuning knobs, but I can't find the TV's tuning knobs. I have a Panansonic Omnivison VHS. The VHS is at the top, not the bottom. The screen is dark and I need to adjust the color.
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You connect the Antenna to the VCR, you connect the AV OUT from VCR to AV IN on TV.(Yellow, Red & White) (Doesn't matter as long as color to color) Then you TUNE the VCR to the channels and the TV simply acts as a monitor. You must tune the TV to the OUTPUT from the VCR. If ya play a tape and look for the signal on the TV, to "Tune it in" to the VCR. first. then go to tuner.
Easiest way to connect is with a scart connector from VCR to TV, then just select AV1 from TV (this will depend on what type if TV you have). If you dont have scart, put your aerial into the rear input of VCR, take supplied flylead & connect that from rear output of VCR & connect other end into TVs aerial socket. Insert a pre-recorded tape, press play on VCR & then on TV select channel 0 & tune your TV until the play back picture appears, then store this on TV tuning settings.
do you have cable? if yes both tv and vcr should be on ch #3 (to record).......ok no cable you are already set up look at tv right....just need to record..you need your vcr remote.....turn on vcr...press the menu...go to ch settings..auto scan will look for and lock in your channels...also make sure the air/cable selection is on air (unless connected to cable)....hope this helpful....feel free to rate
I have a panasonic analogue television, and I cannot tune in a Goodman VHS VCR to the television. I have no remote controller for the television, and use the buttons on the front of the set to change stations 1-5. I have however found AV on the television screen and the indication is that the VCR is trying to come through when switched on. I have got a remote controller with the VCR. Can you help me please ??
If you cannot receive all channels it may be a fault with the antenna or the tuner may be faulty. If you have a VCR, you can tune that into the TV first and then tune the VCR to see if you then receive all channels. If so, use the VCR position on the TV to view and select or change channels on the VCR only. Good Luck,JUS004
Make sure the TV setting is set to or .
A power surge may have reset your ?cable-ready? TV. Check the cable setting on your TV and make sure it is set to or .
If a VCR is connected:
* The VCR needs to be on channel 4.
* VCR may not be ?fine-tuned? to channel 4. Locate and adjust the fine-tuning mechanism until the picture comes in clearly.
* The <3/4> switch may be in the wrong position. Locate the switch on the back of the VCR and set it to <4>.
If a converter is connected:
* Make sure the TV is on channel 4.
* TV may not be ?fine-tuned? to channel
Locate and adjust the fine-tuning mechanism until the picture comes in clearly.
* Determine if the converter is bad. Locate the cable wire coming in to the room and connect it directly to the back of the TV. If the picture is clear, your converter needs to be exchanged. Give us a call or stop by your local office and we?ll switch out your equipment.
Check the fine-tuning of your TV
1. Check the TV's horizontal and vertical hold.
2. If there is a VCR connected:
Shut off the VCR. If the problem clears up, the VCR is not properly ?fine-tuned.? Turn the VCR on and troubleshoot the VCR problems.
3. If a converter is connected to your TV and VCR:
The VCR needs to be on channel 4.
VCR may not be ?fine-tuned? to channel 4. Locate and adjust the fine-tuning mechanism until the picture comes in clearly.
The <3/4> switch may be in the wrong position. Locate the switch on the back of the VCR and set it to <4>.
4. Check the fine-tuning of your TV.
good luck :-)