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I read the instruction manual one more time. It said to tune my TV to Video and voila, the VCR worked. All JVC VCR's seem to need the tv tuned to Video to play back. I had an older JVC VCR and I had to do the same thing with it. Thanks anyway.
Here's the manual: http://au.lgservice.com/jsp/common/ManualViewer.jsp?DOC_ID=KROWM000094372&FILE_NAME=KROWM000094372.djvu&ORIGINAL_NAME_b1_a1=GC990W1F.NA2ALL_29U.djvu&FILE_GUBUN=I&BUYER_CODE=AU000001&COUNTRY_CODE=AUS&DJVU_FLAG=Y
You need the Djvu reader, to view the manual: http://www.celartem.com/en/download/djvu.asp
the video recorder has it's own tuner you do not actually record from the tv... think of the vcr as like a tv but without a screen... connect to your tv via a scart lead and while you are on the vcr's 'channel' (so you could see a tape playing on your tv) and access the menu on you vcr (not the tv's menu) choos auto tune if the vcr supports it or manual tune if it has no auto tune and tune in the required channels on your vcr... it is simply then a matter of selecting on your vcr which channel you wish to record