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We moved a Quasar Video Viewer VV 8220 from a summer house where it was connected to cable TV to our home, where we get satisfactory reception on other TVs by using a simple rabbit ear antenna. The TV can be turned on and off by using the manual power button. However it will show only channel 5, as the channels do not change when the manual channel change buttons are used. Furthermore, I was not able to achieve interaction with a remote control unit. I should also mention that the VHS drive chews up tapes and can no longer be used. What can I try to do to overcome this problem? Thanking you for your advice, J P Flatt
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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