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Tunung VCRs I have a Pacific PV619. I used it for few years. Now I need to returne it in a new setting without scart cables. How can I initiate the tuning procedures?

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Re: Tunung VCRs

Do you have the hand controller?there should be a tune button or menu button to initiate tuning

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