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Channel 3 or channel 4 ?

There is no switch on the back to switch from channel 3 to channel 4. Is there another way to use this player on channel 4? I have some local interferience on channel 3. thanks for your help, wtxpolarbear@hotmail.com

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  • bronque Feb 29, 2008

    I'm installing a Toshiba DVD to my RCA TV. The installation went OK the first time I tried. But after I "paused" the DVD, I could not get the DVD to run. I have tried different combinations of the instructions with no success. Channel 3 I can get but it is broadcasting a program; channel 4 simply does not appear when I run through all the channels. What's going on?

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I Have a Sanyo DVW 61XX VCR/DVD Player, For me, i have to turn the vcr off and hold the up button for 4 and down for 3 unfourtunaltly my remote is lost.

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