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its not that, it just cuts out when the sound gets quiet, the matsui thinks the small amount of sound is 'interference' so blocks it out, however if a film gets quiet it blocks it out, which is ridiculously stupid, i have no idea how to sort it out either
There is a universal remote control that can be use as replacement. And there is a user manual that goes with it. In the user manual, you will find the list of TV sets that it can control. Find out if your Matsui 14V1R is in that list.
I bought the Matsui VX1107A many years ago and recently pulled it out of storage for use in the childs bedroom. I unluckily put the pin in it three times which were incorrect, only to see Protected across the screen. I then trawled internet sites as I certainly wasn't going to part with my hard earned money to MasterCare for them to come and reset it. Then I came across a site that told me to pull the plug out the wall for an hour then plug it back in, then switch the vcr on then press the up arrow and the record buttons together at the same time for 5 or so seconds, then hurray it was unlocked but not set back to factory settings so I got another 3 try's of entering my pin again which i got correct, so if you know the pin then you can try this. Failing that I have the manual which came with the vcr if you tell me the section your looking for I'll scan and send the part to yourself but you would have to send an email address to send the document. Hope this helps Robert
Yeah, me too. Wouldn't it be amazing if companies such as Matsui / Dixons bothered to spend 5 minutes uploading a copy of the manual to their web site, i.e. show some basic level of care towards their customers. Ha! and pigs might fly!!