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VHQ41M VCR I'm in need of a manual for the mentioned vcr. I want to set up my vcr that i received from a friend.

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Quasar VCRs at least used to be manufactured by Panasonic. I googled for a cross reference (Quasar model to identical Panasonic) but didn't come up with what looks like a quick cross. I'd go to Panasonic's site and look: http://www2.panasonic.com/consumer-electronics/support/Video/VCRs/VCRs.list.75431 Did you also get the matching remote? If so, advanced setup should be easy. If not, obtain a remote with the needed capabilities, as advanced functions cannot be done with the VCR located buttons (most late VCRs anyway).

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