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I have my Sanyo VCR connedted to my new flat screen TV but I need to get the VCR to chanel L1 it only goes from 01 - 125

Can I get L1 channel on this VCR to watch a tape on my TV the channels go from 01-125

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    lutherl Jan 16, 2013

    Thanks for the help I will try it.

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You can't tune a analoge VCR on a TV that is digital. If the TV has a scart socket then pressing the AV button on the TV remote should show the playback. Please not certain TV models will have different indications of "AV" buttons. Check the user guide of your TV. If you only have one scart socket and it's being used for another device, you can get a Scart Switching Box see below from places like Amazon.
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I have not heard of one that doesn't have the selector switch to change to 3 or 4, Could it perhaps be in the front behind a door or just somewhere else?

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if you connect via SCART lead, then you will need to select your AV channel or channels on your tv.

If its via arial, you will have to tune your tv to find it.

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In the Menu go to manual channel set-up not auto. When you're in manual set-up change channels until you get to to L-1 and L-2 (should be below Ch 2) and save both to memory. On some TV's the L-1 and L-2 are selected with a separate button labeled "input".
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