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Is that when you insert the tape? Try ejecting and inserting a few times to see if you can "unstick" something that's stuck. If that doesn't work, you're probably going to need service. VCR mechanisms are usually driven by belts that dry out with age and can start slipping or breaking. It's going to be increasingly difficult to keep a VCR going in today's world. Service will get expensive and rare and parts hard to find. See if you can just buy a new one. Otherwise, get a DVD player and have any precious videos converted to DVD. It's only a matter of time before VCRs disappear entirely.
I assume you wish to set the VCR (model DVP3050) clock. This is easy, just follow these instructions:
Press VCR, then press DISC/VCR MENU so MENU appears. If the clock has never been set, the CLOCK SET menu may appear when you press DISC/VCR MENU. If so, follow the instructions from step 3 on this page.
Press \/ or /\ to select CLOCK SET.Then, press >.
While the MONTH space is flashing, press \/ or /\ until the month appears.Then, press >.
While the DAY space is flashing, press \/ or /\ until the day appears.Then, press >.
While the YEAR space is flashing, press \/ or /\ until the year appears.Then, press >. The day of the week will appear automatically.
While the HOUR space is flashing, press \/ or /\ until the hour appears.Then, press >.
While the MINUTE space is flashing, press \/ or /\ until the minute appears.Then, press >.
While the AM or PM space is flashing, press \/ or /\ to point to AM or PM. Your selection will flash on the screen in the AM/PM space.
Press CLEAR/RESET or > to start the clock.
And you can now have an online manual, click here. (Adobe pdf required) Directions on page 22.
i have Philips Magnavox MWD 200G model dvd player purchased in usa and put to use in India.it was rep[aired due to high voltage.later it is showing disc error for any cd or dvd whilke playing and indicvates that the play back feature nay not be available on this disc.but it plays Fuji Film DVD R.please advise me how can i solve the issue for playing the other cds or dvds
i am pretty sure you can not.....unless it is a dvd burner too which i am pretty sure it isn't then no you can not record vhs to a dvd with that device. I am almost positive in saying no you can not do that