We just dug out an old TV and do not have the remote or owners manual for this model. I cannot figure out how to access the menu/setup in order to have it scan through the channels and program them in. It only has the power/volume/channel buttons and the buttons for use of the VCR. How do I access the setup to have it program all the cable channels in?
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These are the codes to check with Sansui brand TVs. 1052 1061 1203 1157 1091 1075 1173 14231140 1032 1051 1337 1237 1209 1079 1232 1287 1203 1258 1335 13391340 1375. If you wish to get more codes, and set-up proceedings to many other popular remote controls, check these links.http://electrohelponline.blogspot.com/http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Pull up previous posts there, either by its
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Unfortunately, most VCR recorders/tapes don't have an 8 hour option. It is 2 hours on SP (standard), LP for 4 hours or EP (SLP, depending on the unit) for 6 hours. (The slower recording speed usually gives poorer video quality.)
You would need a non-standard VCR cassette to get 8 hour recording. If you do have a tape that would hold 3 hours at SP, then use an EP setting to get 8 hours of recording on your VCR. I don't think I've seen any tapes that do that recording length even when VCRs were popular.
Hello You hven't given any specification of the remote control you have. Yet I hereby send you universal remote codes for Sansui herewith. Three digit universal remote codes for Sansui are: 135/ 136 Four digit codes to check with are: 0135 0310. Four digit code for Sansui TV/VCR cobo is: 0310
there is what is called a "dew sensor" in a lot of vcr's that keep you from playing a tape if it senses moisture in the unit because a tape will stick to the video head and get all bunged up. sometimes they go bad and will keep you from playing a tape even when there is no moisture present. if your are electronically inclined you can take the back off and locate the dew sensor, then disconnect it. the constant whirring noise is the unit's way of trying to dry off the video head cylinder. the dew sensor, which is usally located behind the video head, is a dark grey thing about a half inch by half inch and has two wires going to it.