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I need to tune a SANYO VCR VHR 220

I don't have the manual. Can anyone help me to tune into the TV?
Thankyou.

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I found a site that gave general instructions on tuning in the VCR with the TV and I managed to work it out.

Thankyou anyway.

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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