Question about Panasonic Nv-Vp32 Dvd Vcr Combo 110-220 Volts
Have Checked the AV cables are ok. TV tuned in OK Aerial OK
VCR may not be tuned to the right channel. If you are using your VCR for the tuner then your tv is set to channel 3. Check your cabling again as well. From the wall to the VCR. From the VCR to the TV. You also need to make sure that you programmed the VCR for all of the channels. Just like you would for a TV.
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Recording on a Panasonic VCR
This problem is undoubtably dirty or worn video heads. Try using a good quality head cleaning tape. If this fails, re-post, and I will explain how to clean heads by hand.
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
Sometimes the connection cable between the devices is the cause of weak signals. If you are using coax, to carry digital signals, make certain it is the stuff they use to link up sat dishes. You can tell if it is by looking at the end. With the plastic covering cut away it should have a solid silver foil around a plastic tube which contains the wire. If it has a mesh as a screen (with holes) it should be replaced with the sat cable. This will improve the signal by over 60%.
Sometimes you can tell it's the old coax cable because it's brown in colour.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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