Ok which rca tv do you have.....its better figured out..you might need a adapter if you dont have video/audio input slots or whatever but if you do have those..all you need is A/V cables "yellow white red" but if your tv is old then you might need to look for an adapter it changes A/V cables in to the regular tv cable...cable cable...i dk what they are called..but yeah ..yeah i copie it from the earlier one cause its pretty much the same dif
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With cable input connected to "RF in"on rear of unit make sure vidoe input is set to "Tuner". This will show up on the TV screen. Change channels numerically or using up/down arrow keys on DVR remote. Note there is a slight pause between changing channels.You probably will have to "autoscan" for channel setup/etc. If you say your TV set is old; it probabaly is equiped with coax
connection only/set TV channel to "3" or "4". when yot opt to play vcr/dvd it will override your
cable channel selected. Hope this helps!
If you do not finalize the disc then you can not play it back. Go back to your instruction manual and look under 'setting options'. There should be a choice to 'finalize disc before ejecting'. The recorder will not finalize a disc until it knows when you are done recording, so you have to tell it somehow.
ok which rca tv do you have.....its better figured out..you might need a adapter if you dont have video/audio input slots or whatever but if you do have those..all you need is A/V cables "yellow white red" but if your tv is old then you might need to look for an adapter it changes A/V cables in to the regular tv cable...cable cable...i dk what they are called..but yeah
If you are using just a "yellow" ended cable for the video, maybe your custom settings are set to use "component"? I have been using this same dvd player for a while with the component video out and it works fine. I hope this helps.
It sounds like the circuitry which actuates the color drives for the screen are not working, this would ba analogous to adjusting for a B&W picture on a color TV you have color but the screen shows black and white. I would get a schematic for this set and measure the voltages on the color processor that connects to the screen since you know that the external jack has color. If possible I can help you troubleshoot this, if you need me to help out.
Dear brother at first u insert a original copy righted disk and check .And there is an option for swithing in menu for PAL and NTSC.And also please check ur TV is supported NTSC3.15 colour system,If not check ur player in a multi system TV.
Dear brother if u r a technician please can u mail me the IC number of IC104 in signal board under the lense mechanism in the same RCA RC5215P DVD player,becouse I have missed this IC from my player