Question about RCA Televison & Video
I was told to send my RCA VCR player to ThompsonInc. at Socorro, Tx. and they would send me a new DCR8335 in exchange. I sent the player on 12/12/2007 and wrote ATTN: SR04192740 on the package as instructed. When I called Thompson at 1-877-805-0519, they told me to e-mail rca1800customersupport.com but when I did, there was no sight. Fae Stene
box 203, McVey Rd.
Sunburst, mt. 59482
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dish network
With the dish remote and do a code search as described in the remote manual and see if you can find it that way. If you go through the entire code search and none of them turn off the VCR/DVD combo, then there is nothing you can do, as those codes in the remote are all stored in the remote and they cannot be programed in. If you do not have a remote manual to set up the remote, to do a code search, simply go to the dishnetwork web site and search for it.
Posted on Sep 27, 2006
SOURCE: DVD/VCR combo player won't work
I had a similar problem and corrected it with a solution found on another site. Try hitting the I/P button on the remote which controls whether "Interlaced" or "Progressive Scan" is used to display the image on the TV. Mine worked when "Interlaced" was used. but no picture was displayed when "Progressive Scan" was used. The I/P button toggles between the two settings.
Posted on Jul 19, 2007
Note: Video Input selection varies for different brands/models of TVs. Consult the user manual or manufacturer or your TV if none of the below is successful.
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Posted on Jan 25, 2008
SOURCE: rca vcr
there a a bunch of different ways. 1) if you don't have a cable box hooked up to this tv,plug the main cable wire into the vcr input then the vcr outout to the tv.2) if you do have a cable box, plug the main cable into the cable box input, then the output to the vcr input, then the vcr output to the tv. put both the tv & vcr on channel 3 for this connection. [ you must have the vcr on channel 3 to record from the cable box!] 3) if you have aux line/video or source inputs on the back of your tv,you can hook up rca cables [ red, white,& yellow ] from the rca outputs on the vcr to the tv inputs.
hope this helps
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
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