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How to tune to tv channels

I have a aiwa video cassette recorder model type hv-50gpsh i cannot tune it to tv channels what is the correct way i have tune it to a tv channel and i am getting the correct signal but canot get the tv channels

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There is a switch [tv-vcr] somewere in the front.When pressed to tv, you can change the channels FROM the vcr.You will need an "air wave" ANTENNA signal because the cable box individual channels cannot be seen when you place the switch to tv.Now if you have a cable box connected properly and turn that tv-vcr switch to vcr the individual CABLE BOX CHANNELS will show through the vcr.
p.s. There is a small switch (someware in the back of the vcr & the back of the cable box,dish box, etc., etc.) ch.3 or ch.4 and the VCR have to be on the same INPUT channel as the box.

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