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No channel 4 on hitachi vcr, no remote

I need to know how to get channel 4 back on my hitachi vcr without my remote, tried universal remotes but menu will not come up once universal remote is set up for the vcr.

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Ther should be a switch on the back of the VCR to swith between channel 3 and 4.. you can also cycle through the channels on the vcr there should be a channel button on the vcr

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