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I have channel 70 on the dvd recorder. How do I

I have channel 70 on the dvd recorder. How do I get channel 3

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  • jharanda Mar 06, 2009

    The recorder has a TV tuner, NTSC



    I am not trying to record channel 70, it just keeps showing up on the status pane.



    We have satellite, everything has to be recorded on channel 3.



    I can view previously recorded DVD's.



    I have never been able to record, even earlier when channel 3 was showing on the pane.



    I just think that I have to get this problem solved before I work on recording. I



    I have two other DVD recorders, and I had no trouble getting them set up. Earlier, I had a VCR on this recorder, but the Directv man came out to "upgrade" and left everything not working, wires hanging and loose. I could not get the VCR working again. I do not want him to come back here, so I bought a DVD/VCR Panasonic upconverting combo, added HD,

    but still cannot get it to work. I now record on one of the other recorders and my husband is not happy. (I am 83 years old, and admittedly do not think as fast or as well as I once did.)

  • Rob
    Rob May 11, 2010

    Does this DVD recorder have a TV tuner?

    Is the tuner NTSC or ATSC?



    Are you trying to record Channel 70?



    Are you trying to get the DVD recorder to 'output' on Channel 3?

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Ok..turn all the components involved on...(satellite,dvd,tv etc)....you need the dvd recorder remote...look for set up (if menu take u to setup)...we going to use the ><v^ to navigate to channel selection in set up.do we want to scan for more channels ? no auto ? no manual = yes now in order for this to never ever happen again we must delete all the channels from the dvd recorder memory leaving only CH 3 now can record ch 70 as long as the tv and dvd recorder is set to ch 3...........note just for future reference (most Disney and HBO products) are not going to be recordable...heads up

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