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RCA VR601AHF The timer is stuck on. The timer light flashes constantly and makes the vcr unusable. The power will come on but will not play, rewind etc or show on screen menu. Thanks for any help.

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    I Have The Same Problem, It Flashes Constantly, But, It Play's Rewind's Etc., Just Letting ya know, Stere0123.

  • BLUEMYSTERAI Nov 16, 2008

    WHEN THE VCR IS PLUGGED IN THE TIMER LIGHT IS BLINKING AND THE VCR WON'T WORK. I TRIED TO UNPLUG IT AND SET IT UP AGAIN BUT NOTHING WORKS



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I just had this same problem. I thought that the timer was stuck and was the reason why the VCR wouldn't play. I just moved and thought the unit got broken in the move. However, I think it was just not hooked up properly to the TV. I unplugged it, plugged it back in, and got it hooked up properly and it started working again (I tested the connection with a DVD player first). The flashing timer light went off as soon as I reset the clock. It seems odd that having it not hooked up properly should stop the VCR from playing, but that is what seemed to happen in my case. Hope this helps.

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