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Sony SLV-835SV Setup Problem

Sorry, but I can't find section for this VCR.

Recently received Sony SLV-835SV VCR and tried to setup channels.  I have problem to enter menu. I found menu button under upper cover of remote but noting happened when I push this.Tried to push TV/VTR button not switch but can't enter menu either. Tried everything that came on my mind, I cant even remember all tries and fails. Can't find operation manual for this VCR on internet. If someone have manual for this device or some similar device or any clue, please help.

Thanks in advance and sorry for bad English.

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Please explain your description of the problem some more here. So you can manually tune to all other channels but 4?!

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