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Jvc video cassette recorder model HR-A592U: After choosing "VCR" on the remote control choice: TV/VCR, CANNOT CALL UP "MENU" SCREEN - screen just goes blank when I hit "menu" on the control.Hitting menu again brings back. If I also then hit "Enter", I then must hit "menu" twice. May have hit the " - SET + " buttons several times when menu was running but not on the tv screen. Everything else seems to be working! The JVC instructions under "Other Intructions: BLUE BLACK - ON OFF" describes something close to what has happened (I do not get a "blue" screen - its grey) but instructions require using the menu to access "system setup" to

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  • hbfoster Jan 14, 2009

    my original comment should read ...After choosing "VCR" on the remote control choice entitled "TV/VCR", when I next hit "menu" on the remote control, my TV screen simply becomes a blank grey. If I again choose "menu" my original, normal TV screen returns.
    then continue as before: "If I also hit ......etc"


  • hbfoster Jan 14, 2009

    It is still January 13th in Ontario, Canada! I have attempted to clarify my problem with a "comment". I record frequently with my VCR, using only my VCR remote control. I may have inadvertently clicked some incorrect buttons as I was attempting to start to program the timer (Also see my initial comments leading up to and including my "blue screen" reference.) I simply cannot find a way to call up the VCR's menu.

  • hbfoster Jan 14, 2009

    disconnect power and hold "on/off" (power) did the trick! Most of my home entertainment equipment is JVC (Altho my yr old big screen TV is Sony) The JVC has been easier to use than most I have encountered and that's quite a few!

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1. TV problem. It looks like the wrong Closed Caption setting are selected. It might be a menu setting or the remote may even have a seperate CC button. Try to change it by turning on/off
2. problem with remote. Is it original one. How old is it.
Can you get universal one and try to use it.
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Check coaxial/composite, (cable and rca's), connections. Make sure its on the right channel. If all else fails unplug it and let it reset. Hope that helped.

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Just unplug the tv,the vcr every thing from the main power outlet and also from each other.wait for a minute and reconnect it again.and try the same.it should work.

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Unplug It And Hold The On/Off For 30 Second Then Release And Plug Back In. This Should Restore All The Factory Setting And If Its The Settings The Problem Wont Continue.

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Is this happening when you are tiring to go to menu by pressing the buttons on the tv and remote too

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Timer Recording JVC VCR HR A591U
Timer recording can be programmed on-screen with
the remote control. The built-in timer allows automatic
unattended recording of up to 8 programs within 1
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EXAMPLE: Program a timer recording for the 26th day,
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ENTER.

Press SET –/+ to select one of
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