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I have the toshiba W522 hooked up ok and am agle

I have the toshiba W522 hooked up ok and am able to play a tape but I am unable to record. I don't have a remote control or a manual.

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I got the info I needed the same day. thinks

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I'm going to venture a guess that what might have happened is you changed the mode of recording. VCRs record in either short play, or long play, or even super long play. As the length of playtime goes up, the quality goes down, because for short play, a 6 hr tape will record only two, whereas a 12 hour tape will record four hours. More information is stored on the tape, so the quality of picture and sound increase, but a longer movie could be cut off. You can adjust the play-length with the sp/slp buttons on your remote control.

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Unfortunately, many models are now without menu buttons. You will probably want to go to the Toshiba website and request a replacement remote, or try to find a remote that will work with all toshiba models.I don't recommend a universal one, only because they can sometimes be junk, if they are intended to control many different kinds of devices. You may want to try a single-device universal remote instead.

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