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Do you have sat/cable the vcr is to be set to ch 3.....tuning vcr is to be set if you need/want to record a ch while watch another...go to menu and ch (auto tune)..this will search for all available ch...

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VCR Recording OK but cant see tape content


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if you have a problem getting digital channels (uk) find local channel number digital uk can help enter tuning menu go to manuial tune on tv or digi box. it will ask for channel number start with highest number pess ok or search repeat for each channel number normal 4or 5 depends on aera if still not getting all channels put aerial lead which come for aerial into tv bypassing any equipment such as vcr/dvd recorder then start again if still not all channels may need aerial upgrade .if yo get all channels connect vcr/dvd if some channnels disappear need to reset RF out on vcr/dvd remove aerial .connect vcr/dvd via scart reset RF out on vcr/dvd this can be found in vcr/dvd set up menu reconnect all leads should now work ok
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You connect the Antenna to the VCR, you connect the AV OUT from VCR to AV IN on TV.(Yellow, Red & White) (Doesn't matter as long as color to color) Then you TUNE the VCR to the channels and the TV simply acts as a monitor. You must tune the TV to the OUTPUT from the VCR. If ya play a tape and look for the signal on the TV, to "Tune it in" to the VCR. first. then go to tuner.

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I believe that I have the solution to that problem... When you are hooked up to cable or dish and use a VCR, you MUST have the program you wish to tape playing on the Cable or dish program, therefore the VCR needs to be tuned to channel 3 or 4 {whichever is the unused channel in your area) I believe that all you have to do is make sure that the TV is tuned to the channel you wish to tape and program the VCR to Channel 3 (at my area) or channel 4.

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There is a switch [tv-vcr] somewere in the front.When pressed to tv, you can change the channels FROM the vcr.You will need an "air wave" ANTENNA signal because the cable box individual channels cannot be seen when you place the switch to tv.Now if you have a cable box connected properly and turn that tv-vcr switch to vcr the individual CABLE BOX CHANNELS will show through the vcr.
p.s. There is a small switch (someware in the back of the vcr & the back of the cable box,dish box, etc., etc.) ch.3 or ch.4 and the VCR have to be on the same INPUT channel as the box.

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Hey is the VCR set for cable? even if it's not a local channel
could try to come in. turn the blue screen off on the VCR that
might solve your problem. If the channel is weak the blue screen will come on and block it. you can turn it off by going into
your VCR settings. Also If the cable is weak a splitter will
cause this you might have to hook the cable up directly to the
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Programming panasonic vcr


First, check in the VCR setup and see if it set for cable or off-air/broadcast/antenna (not always named the same).  If it is set for off-air... then it won't tune cable channels beyond 13.  It must be set for cable mode in order to tune those upper channels (mid-band, superband etc.).

I assume you have the VCR hooked up correctly- cable into VCR antenna/RF input, VCR RF/to TV output to the RF/Ant input of the TV.

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