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How to change video line without a remote

We're trying to connect a new Sony dvd/vcr unit to an old zenith television. spoke with sony and cabling seems to be done correctly. neither a vcr tape or dvd was playable. also tried setting the clock to no avail. they asked me to make certain television was set for video 1 or 2. but without the old remote for this tv, we don't seem to be able to do this through the "menu" button.

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  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2008

    Have a 1995 model zenith sr2552s and it will not accept signal from vcr or dvd. There is some question as to whether auxillary channel is blocked out with parental control, have tried to access thinking pin for par. control must be factory default without success. Have tried 0000 and 1234 without success. Can not find tv manual, if any one has suggestions, will listen.

  • nsuarez Dec 11, 2008

    we have the same problem with a zenith sr2552s tv - the link with the answer from maklean is broken - please repost the answer

  • nsuarez Dec 11, 2008

    test

  • Albert Nika May 11, 2010

    What is the model number of your Zenith TV??

    It may not have a scart connection.

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