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That would be the Video Plus system. By pressing the plus code button on the remote a screen will pop up with spaces to add numbers. These numbers used to be found in TV guides. Each programme you want to record will have it's own numbers. So if the show you want has a number say of 679 you enter that number using the channel keys on the remote. When you have the number on you press OK or the enter key depending on the remote and model number. This will then set the timer record.
Unfortunately many TV guides (in the UK) no longer carry the numbers. And if the VCR is an analogue one it won't record anything if you are in the UK. However if you live in a country which still has the service then it will work.
If you are using the video with a converter box, unless you can find a TV guide with the numbers in then you will have to use the manual record setting.
The surviellance camera must be connected to the video box so that you have the composite video output signal to be given back to the VCR video Input. Only with this rrecogniosable siganl will the VCR record your visuals.
You say "used" it may be the person who sold it you gave you the wrong remote. I should look around on Google for the model number and the number on the remote, to see if the two match up. If you have the manual it will often list the remote number. If you don't, try the Daewoo website, sometimes they have free PDF's of manuals. You could also ask them if the remote matches your model.
Otherwise it could be a fault in the electronics section of the VCR.
Provided that you have given a good confirmed signal into the VCR or is using the tuner to record. If so then the fault is within the VCR recording biasing of the signal. The rrecorrded signals ahve to eb written to the tapes after mixing up the spectrum of information that comes along. failure of theprocessing IC must be the fault to this and will require expert testing within the VCR for signal trace before we can pinpoint. I hope you will need expert help to confirm onthe head amp section/ video processing stages preferably with the manual in hand. Helpful to decide? Good day
Youe aerial should be in the rear of the VCR & the other cable (flylead) should come from the output connection of the VCR & into the TV. To easily find the VCR channel insert a film tape into the video & press play, now selecting the VCR channel on the TV (EG. channel number 0) now you will need to go into the manual tuning on the TV & search until it finds the playback film, once this happens, store this setting. An easier alternative would be to buy a scart connector & connect this from the VCR to the TV & then the video channel will show on the AV setting on the TV, this saves you any tuning problem.