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Speaker hum on playback with tape or dvd

If cable is connected to unit's inoput on playback with vhs or dvd get noise interference on external speakers. If pull cable playback sound is okay

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Any cable? Hum is generally a bad ground. If you use cables and speakers that have no hum elsewhere, and more than one set has hum on this machine, then the unit has a grounding problem, and requires repair on an 'open up the unit' basis.

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page 37 from manual:
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What you need to do is run a pair of composite (Yellow, red and white) cables and use that for VCR and component (Green, blue, red, white and red) for the dvd player.

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I can play DVD's but not VHS tapes. I hav checked all connections and several tapes to no avail. Thank you ! Ol' Fred


Hey Ol' Fred...
One of my good friends is an ol Fred so I felt compelled to stop in and help!
I'm not sure of your setup, but if you've got a combo DVD/VHS unit, make sure that you have out puts to the TV for Both parts separately... You can designate by accessing the TV's onscreen menu and setting up a separate source for DVD and one for VHS. I've found on my projection TV that it's best to use the Coax cable connections for the VHS to TV.
Then once it's setup with separate hookups to the Tv, you should have audio and video for VHS...
k

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