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Toshiba TV model 19A24

Lost manual - trying to find out if this TV is digital or analog since even with cable analog signal will run out in 3 yrs.

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THAT IS AN ANALOG SET. YOU NEED THE CONVERTER BOX. FOR TRANSITION TO DIGITAL.

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The TV/Video button at the bottom left of the Toshiba CT-859 remote toggles between the TV and external video sources. This button is below the Reset button. The CT-859 remote works for several Toshiba TVs, including the 19A24. The manual for this TV describes the remote buttons on page 6. The manual is available online at Sears Parts Direct here: http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/user-manuals/19A24-Toshiba-COLOR+TELEVISION-manual . The direct link to the manual is http://c.searspartsdirect.com/mmh/pd_download/lis_pdf/OWNM/L0407309.pdf .

I hope this helps.

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nialbert,

It sounds like you are hooking the cable to the wrong input (digital instead of analog) or you do not have an analog input. If you do not have an analog input you could run the cable through a VCR to convert the signal to a separate audio/video signal and send it to the TV via an auxillary input. Without the model number I can't give you much more help.

Thanks for using FixYa and for the great rating.

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I have lost the manual and would like to hook up the VCR to my TV in order to record programs. Can you help? JVC Video Cassette Recorder HR-D18OU Thank you.


Is the incoming signal OTA or cable? (If cable, is it analog (CATV) or digital (QAM)?)

Most TV's do not have a video out but you should check your TV. Assuming the usual TV with no video out, then you will need a set top box to record any program other than analog signals (CATV or a low power OTA option). The VCR only has an NTSC (analog) tuner.

For an OTA signal, take the coax from the antenna to a digital-to-analog converter coax in, then coax out of the converter to the coax in (tuner) of the VCR. Then set the VCR to channel 3 or 4. Set the switch on the converter. (Some VCRs will record Line In or Input, so you could use the composite out of the converter to the VCR.) Then coax out from the VCR to the coax in on the TV and set the TV to Channel 3 or 4 as well. Set the switch on the VCR. (Alternatively use the composite (A/V) out on the VCR to the composite In on the TV and set the input to AV1 (or whatever the TV calls the input). Digital cable will be set up like the OTA, except for using a cable set top box instead. You may want a splitter to allow for watching one program while recording another. In that case, put the splitter before the set top box if the TV has the digital tuner. Otherwise put it after the set top box. In both cases, you will need to use the AV (composite out) on the VCR to the TV.

For analog cable, take the coax cable and connect it to the VCR's coax in. Then connect the coax out or AV out to TV.

Set the VCR to the desired station and press REC. For timed record, enter the menu and set the time to start and end the recording as well as the channel. If you are using a set top box, set that to the desired station and then press record. (Leave the VCR set to Line in or channel 3 (4) as needed.)

Manuals for some JVC vcrs are here: http://support.jvc.com/consumer/product.jsp?categoryId=CATG0002&productId=PRD4600001&archive=true . A manual for a similar model will help since they all connect the same way. However the HR-D18OU is not in the list.

I hope this helps.

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