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Locate the VCR's VHF IN [ANT, CATV, 75S(ohm)] or Cable Connector. Disconnect the existing cable wire from the VCR's VHF IN. Connect the short, thick wire from the RF Switch (labeled ANT) to your VCR's VHF IN. Reconnect the existing cable wire (disconnected in step 2) to the silver post labeled ANT on the RF switch. Connect the thin wire from the RF Switch (labeled Control Deck) to the back of the Super NES (labled RF Out). On the back of the Super NES, set the 3/4 switch so that it matches the channel of the VCR. Note on Sharp TV/VCR Combo After the system is connected to the VCR:
Insert the Game Pak firmly into the Control Deck. Plug the controller(s) into the front of the Control Deck. Use the far left port for player one. Plug the AC Adapter into the back of the Control Deck. Plug the other end of the cord into a wall outlet. Slide the Power Switch to the On position. Turn your TV and VCR on. Set up your TV and VCR the same way you would to watch a movie on the VCR. The game image should now be displayed on the TV screen. You are ready to play! Note: The RF Switch does not produce stereo sound. To get stereo sound, connect your Control Deck using the Stereo Audio/Video Cable.
If after following these directions you are not able to view the game, try our Troubleshooting Tips.
two ways of connecting VCR with Analog TV with DTV tuner. DTV tuner (RF) output to VCR (RF) input,VCR (RF) output to analog TV (RF) input. turn DTV tuner on (VCR should have a TV\VCR switch that makes signal coming from tuner BYPASS VHS right into TV) note:: change channel FROM tuner.You should be able to record by placing a blank tape and pressing RECORD. 2ND. DTV tuner, VCR, should have a RCA in\out connections...Audio & video.You need a RF\RCA bypass switch. It has a INput with RCA connections to a RF signal out that goes to the RF Input of analog TV
You have two choices, you can: Take the set to a repair shop and have the tuner replaced. (expensive) Or you can use a VCR or other device with a tuner and fees video and sound in through the RCA jacks on the TV like you would to connect a video game console. Some shops that are worth a darn will actually repair the broken RF connector. You might ask the shop about what options they offer for that repair.
your in luck the set can be repaired. a replacement F connector is available pt # 215543 from any RCA parts disributor. Have a tech help you with the replacement it can be tricky. in the mean time if you have a VCR use that with the compsite video hookup to the tv and let the VCR be your tuner.