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CANT TUNE THE LG LV88O VCR TO THE VIDEO CHANNEL ON THE TV THROUGH THE AREIAL TO TUNE IN ALL THE CHANNELS AND WATCH MY VIDEOS

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  • ronkirkbunga Apr 28, 2009

    could i have a more detailed solution the serial number off the back off the video is 901INQU425452

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Hi,
Please connect RCA video cable (yellow-red-white) in Video Out terminals in your LG VCR and put that cable in TV AV Input. Now put tape in VCR, press Play button and select AV input in TV by TV remote, now you will get VCR playback picture and sound in TV.
Press Stop button on VCR, put Ariel in RF IN pin at back of VCR and tune available TV channels in VCR. You will see all available TV channels picture in TV.
Now set up is complete and you can record any desired program in VCR tape by pressing Record button on VCR or Timer Recording function.

Hit "add a comment" button for further query / info. Let me know exact model of your LG VCR written at back of VCR for more detailed reply.
Thanks.

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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    Shahid Electronics Apr 28, 2009

    Hi,
    You need to connect SCART CABLE between TV and VCR as shown in below image..



    After Scart Cable connected, Play VCR and select AV Input in TV with its remote and make sure VCR playback picture and sound comes.

    Now press Stop button on VCR and put Antenna pin at Back of VCR as shown in above image..
    Click HERE to download Instruction Manual copy of LG LV880 VCR for details about Tuning TV channels in VCR. Please provide VCR model number " LV880 " in search box to get instruction manual free copy.
    Thanks.




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