Question about GE VG4250 VHS VCR
You can get a tuner cleaner and lubricator spray and use it on the remote. Be sure and take out the batteries first and then let the spray soak in. Wipe off the excess and let the remoter sit for about 30 min. and then put the batteries back in. This should fix your problem.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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