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I have only a blue screen at this point. I am trying to add all the channels that I had 15 minutes ago before I had to unplug it to move it. Can you tell me how to do this.
Also, do you have the speaker arrangement for the Alesis 5.1

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One way is to connect an antenna to INPUT of VHS, place a tape, press play, STOP and switch VCR\TV switch to TV. u should be able to change the channels from the VHS. If that don't work, u may have switch problems.
If this works, tell the boss..........FixYa.com
P.S. The 'blue screen' means that you don't have a signal to the antenna inpur\TV protion of VHS.

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