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Your model is a DVD player only and has no recording capability.
There are devices that will allow you to transfer your VHS tapes to a computer equipped with a CD/DVD writer to preserve them on disk.
Tevion is one make that comes to mind.
Most likely you have the dvd part connected through component or svideo cables. Despite the fact that this is one unit, like other vcr/dvd combo units it acts as two separate units in the same box. The vcr will probably not play through those cables. As you have audio coming through I'd imagine that the audio is connected using red and white composite cable. Connect the video on the vcr side with composite yellow cable or run direct to tv with a coaxial cable.
I believe the VRDVD4005 manual (which is the same as the VRDVD5000) is available on a Sears sponsered website called managemylife.com. I hope this helps you. The customer service number should be on the back of the unit to order a remote.
It has a microprocessor that is supposed to keep the settings. What is happening is that the microprocessor is not holding the configuration, or the configuration is not being saved as it should be. This could indicate a bad microprocessor or a failed state maintainer circuit. In both cases I would suggest that you take you unit to a qualified electronics repair shop.
I hope this helps,
As i recall, +r's will only format in dvd vr, the unit does not like high speed recording disks. switch to dvd drive - insert blank disk - if no format screen - goto (on remote) setup - onscreen menu - system setup - disc setup - new disk format - hit center button in ring on remote to change to vr or move up to reformat as vr. once disk is formatted, use record speed button on remote to set record speed 1,2,4,6 hr then switch to tape deck with tape in and stopped at begining, on remote hit dubbing, it will ask you confirm dubbing vhs-dvd .... toggle over to yes & hit center button... away you should go... c245 is a copyguarded tape.