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Tuning Sanyo VCR

Can anyone help me, I have a Sanyo VHR H791E video recorder, I need to tune in the TV channels. Please Help.

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  • Portfan Apr 21, 2008

    I have a Sanyo VHR-5436 VCR without a remote. I need to set-up the channels. When I stop the tape the screen says [Set-up Channe] Enter. The enter key on the universal remote doesn't seem to do the job. Will this solution set-up the channels. The VCR is connected to a cable TV service.

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Press both channel buttons simultaineously for 3 seconds it will automatically tune your programmes press ok when ok flashes on vcr screen display

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Go to vcr menu press autoprograming.

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