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1.- Turn off your TV 2.- On the remote control, set the VCR/TV slide switch to TV position. 3.- While holding in SP/EP button, press the code button listed below that corresponds to the brand of your TV 4.- Press TV POWER on the remote control. Once your TV has turned on, your remote is set up to operate your brand
Brand of TV Brand Code Button Mitsubishi 1,2,3 Fisher 0 G.E. VOLUME UP Goldstar 2,9 Hitachi 8 JVC MUTE Magnavox 4 NEC 2,9 Panasonic CHANNEL UP, CHANNEL DOWN Pioneer 6 Philips 4 Proscan VOLUME UP Quasar CHANNEL DOWN RCA VOLUME UP Sanyo 0 Sharp 3,5 Sony VOLUME DOWN Toshiba 7 Zenith INPUT
I finnaly found my VCR Manual, and I'm glad to share this info with you, because I was looking for the manual all
over the web and FOUND NOTHING!. Bye!
The DVD must be connected with the RCA jacks-plugs [usually black & red] to the INPUT of the VCR, not to the RF connector. You must press the VCR\TV button to VCR so that the VCR takes control.When you place a DVD movie or AUDIO program it could be copied to the VCR. or played through the VCR.
Hi dennis176, Unfortunately, I am not aware of this kind of setup.This kind of solution would not be very efficient.For this to work there would need to be an insert to the VCR (similar to that which is used in a cassette player to convert CD audio) attached to a DVD player.Because you would require a device to play the DVD and send the video/audio to the insert (if it existed) it would actually be more efficient to simply connect the DVD player to the television. The reason inserts exist for cassette players is primarily that it prevents replacement of an entire car stereo system.This is not the case with a VCR.You may consider purchasing a DVD/VCR combo if you wish to maintain the ability to play VHS tapes.If you own a TV/VCR combo, your least expensive option would likely be to purchase a separate DVD player. Thank you, Jason, Go Ahead.Use Us.
I would venture a guess that you have a Panasonic DVD/VCR combo. If yes, then it is possible that the H07 error is indicative of a motor problem. The normal corrective procedure would be to replace the motor.
If indeed it is a Panasonic and the motor in question, there is a temporary workaround which is better explained here.
Hope that this be of help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
This is the problem with these combo units. When the VCR has
trouble (this sounds like a mechanical one) it inhibits the TV from
working as well cause they share the same power supply. It needs
a VCR expert to fix ya up.
I tell people all the time not to buy these combo units unless they
really need the conveinience cause you get to throw away the TV when
the VCR goes bad.