Mitsubishi HS-412UR - Audio - Right Channel Not Working Properly
I have this Mitsubishi HS 421UR that has the following problem with its right audio channel.
When the machine is turned on and a tape is played, both channels work. The LEDs show sound signals on both channels. But after the machine is on for approximately 1 minute, the right channel suddenly stopped working. There is no sound coming from the right channel.
The same problem happens to the machine's tuner. During the first minute after being turned on, both channels work. Then, the right channel stopped working after around 1 minute.
Turning off the machine and leaving it off for approximately 1/2 hour, then turning it back on, I get the same problem. Both channels work for about 1 minute then the right channel dies.
What could be the cause for this problem? And how can I fix it?
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Screw the coaxial cable to the television...then screw in the other end into the antenna in on the vcr....after plug in the audio video plugs according to the colors given (yellow goes to yellow, white or red goes into the white)...then usually it has a switch what channel you wanna use it for....then enjoy!...
The HSU110 doesn't have stereo audio jacks. It has a one audio and video input jack and a similar audio and video output jack. The input jacks are at the top and the outputs are below. The video (using the AV RCA yellow) jacks are on the right of the set of RCA jacks. If you connect this to a TV with stereo audio, pick either the left or right channel on the tv to connect whichever wire you connect to the audio out of the VCR.
You should be able to accomplish this. Run the antenna to your converter box. Run the video and audio outputs of the digital converter box to the inputs on your vcr. Your vcr should then be able to record the program (select line-in as the channel when setting up the recording). Hook your vcr audio and video output to your tv.
It's best to use a converter box that has an event timer - this allows the converter box to turn on at a specified time and channel. Otherwise you will need to manually set the channel you wish to record on the converterbox, and leave it turned on.
First, have you definitely ruled out an external problem, by hooking it up to a different television or audio amp? If the problem follows the VCR to whatever it is hooked up to, then obviously, the VCR has a problem. Likely, this is an internal electronic defect. Services of a repair shop would be required.
Sorry I can't be of more help.
Usually the standard color coding for those connections are yellow, red and white. Yellow for video, red and white for audio left and right if it is stereo. Also pay attention on the the label of your vcr if it is input or output. You need need to connect it from output of your vcr to the input of your tv set. TV have also the same color coding. By the way the cable you use for this purpose is what we called RCA, which is also color coded. good luck!