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I have a Quasar VCR model VH200. Cant set year 10

I have a Quasar VCR model VH200. I recently tried to tape a show and when setting the date, it would not take 10 for the year. Is is just too old and I'm out of luck?

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Set it for the year 1999.Its the same calender as 2010. For 2011 set it for 1994.

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