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WHY DO I HAVE TO PUT MY TV ON CHANNEL THREE TO WHATCH A MOVIE

ON MOST TV'S YOU USUALLY HAVE TO PUT THE TV ON CHANNEL FOUR TO WATCH A MOVIE SO THAT THE VCR DOESN'T HAVE ANY INTERFERENCE. MY TV WILL NOT LET ME WATCH MY VCR ON CHANNEL FOUR IT ONLY LETS ME DO IT ON CHANNEL THREE. WITCH GIVES INTERFERENCE FROM THIS CHANNEL. WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW TO SWITCH IT FROM CHANNEL THREE TO FOUR SO I CAN SEE MY MOVIES CLEARLY.

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Both previous solutions are correct, but there may be another step. Sometimes the switches are hard to see because they are small and hide near the antenna in and out jacks. But some newer VCR's don't have a selector switch at all. To choose between channel 3 and channel 4 output, you need to use the VCR's setup menu. So if you can't find a switch like the other posters mentioned, check the VCR setup menu for an output channel selection. Then, as previously mentioned, make sure that the VCR output channel is added to your TV's channel lineup.

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Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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Clarkco is right: There's usually a selector on the back for channels 2 & 3 or 3 & 4.

Why did you bury his answer? It was perfectly appropriate.

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    One more thing: When you first set up your TV, it may have scanned all available channels and not found one on channel 4. In that case, it will automatically skip channel 4. You'll have to enter "04" manually on the TV remote's keypad, or read the TV instructions to figure out how to add channel 4 to the list of known channels.

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Look on the back of the vcr for a switch that allows you to select ch3 or ch4

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  • clarkco2002 Mar 05, 2009

    did you look on the back of the vcr? That is where most channel output selector switches are located. Why is it so hard to get free help? when you give legitimate answer you get the worst prssible rating allowed....hummm, wonder why people don't like to help

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