Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
I have a Video Cassette Recorder but have no problem viewing VCR Tapes on my TV thru the ''Cable Box''. Problem is I cannot record, now that I have a Cable Box. Setting up the ''Timer Recorder'' to Station ''3'' is a must. But am at a loss as to what to do after that.
The timer recording program must be set on 3. Also the VCR is to be set on 3.. This however limits what programs you can recorde, because you can only record the channel displayed in the cable box.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
Make sure that the cable runs first through the cable box then through the VCR then to the TV.
if you know how to set timers on your cable box (if you have that option), set those in addition to your VCR timer. If you don't have that feature or are not sure, you will, unfortunately, have to keep the cable box on a certain channel before you record.
hope this helps!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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