Question about Televison & Video
I have acquired an older DVD player but my TV pretty old too. It only has one coax input but has all the AV inputs. When I tried hooking it up, nothing happenened. Do I need an RF regulator and how does this all hook up.
Also my 20 year old VCR just stopped working. When it is plugged in, the LED readout on the front doesn't come on at all. Maybe there is a blown fuse? I assume it would cost more to fix this than buy a new unit or a VHS/DVD combo.
By the way the ran everything through the VCR.
Make sure your TV is "tuned" to the proper input. To change the input, change the TVs channel below 02, find the "input" dialoge on the tv's menu, or press the "input" or "video" button on the TV or Remote.
Repairing a 20 year old VCR (By chance a BetaMax?) is not worth your time. Replace it with a $60 DVD/VHS combo unit.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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