Question about Televison & Video
RF codes are generally associated with older VCR's that used to output signals via the TV aerial system. It's when you used to tune the TV to the VCR channel. I think if you press a couple of numbers such as 4 and 9 on the remote it will then say RF-49. In which case if you have an old analogue tuner on your TV you could then tune it to channel 49 and see the VCR picture. Generally it's no longer used for the reason of digital TV, but also due to the fact you could not get a stereo sound with it and the picture wasn't as good as via a scart socket.
Posted on May 06, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take the top off and spray the main head with Servisol Video 40. (image below) Also the tracking and audio heads.
Wait for it to dry before putting a tape in. In the future use only this it is much better and cheaper than cleaning tapes.
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
the sanyo 690 is the best vcr out I have had mine for 10-12 yrs!
just make sure you are in the vcr mode and not tv or cable mode it will do everthing for you!!!!!! columbo
Posted on Jan 25, 2011
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