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Quasar vhq41m It seems that someone has programmed certain channels into the vcr, I am unable to change the channel with my universal remote except for to actually punching in the numbers I am unable to use the arrows

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Hi , set remote to auto program set enter /on sreeen will appera then stop if no channel appear ,then select channel.

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I am not conversant with VCRs sold in the United states, but - a VCR is a VCR is a VCR. So, can i suggest an alternate solution to your problem? Why not use the AV out sockets of your VCR and hook them to the AV IN sockets of your TV? In this manner, you you also get a better image. And of course, you feed In the signal source (Antenna, cable Box, etc) directly to the TV, and use your remote to switch to AV mode whenever you desire to watch movies or Tape.

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I have not heard of one that doesn't have the selector switch to change to 3 or 4, Could it perhaps be in the front behind a door or just somewhere else?

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