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3-4 switch How do you set the 3-4 switch

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  • bosshogg210 Aug 21, 2008

    We were recording a program the other night when the electric flickered on and off twice and when the wife went to reset the machine she could not get it to work on 3 or 4 and we used the guide and I tried it numerous times today so I assume it is broke and junk now.

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1. Set tv to channel 4
2. insert a pre-recorded tape into vcr.
3.press play once to start playback.
4. after a few seconds press play on the vcr for 3 sec you will see a playback picture.
when a picture doesn't appear on the tv screen repeat step 4.
5. press stop to stop playback.

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