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As long as you have Composite/SVHS Video Input, Usually a Yellow RCA Socket or a 4 pin Mini-DIN & red & White, AV (Audio Visual) RCA sockets on the machine, AND you can select an "External" input, then YES anything that can connect with this way will work.
The TV should be on channel 2, 3, or 4 to work correctly. There might be a small switch on the back of the VCR that lets you select the channel that it wil play back on.
Also, look on the remote control for the VCR and see if there is a button labeled TV/Video, and press that while something is playing. This switches back and forth between the TV signal and the VCR signal and it could solve your problem.
If the internal clock is not correct, it probably wouldn't let you time record because it would record at the wrong time. Maybe there was a power surge and it caused it to clear the time? Try setting the time through the menu and if you need a manual, call 1-800-SAMSUNG (if you haven't done that already).
I asked earlyer but i can't find my questin that was submitted earler today i gave you my email address with no results. I want to know where the nearest tv vcr reparemand is to Spencer okla my email is email@example.com and my phone No.is 580-782-2888 My mother is moving to Spincer Okla. and needs her vcr forward and reverse fixed,in her emerson tv/vcr combo
My TV did the same thing, as alot of other customers did too. You have to fix the VCR to align right because the on/off switch is connected to it somehow. Apparently this is a common problem with this TV. Now I did fix the on/off problem, but at times my TV will just quit working (can't change channels, turn up volume, or anything). After "messing" with it for about thirty minutes I did get it to work again. By messing with it, I mean hitting it slightly on the side or back. It seems like there may be a loose connection. With all of the problems we have had with this TV I am sure I will not buy this brand again. Our TV was manufactured in 2003 which is not old at all. I had an old Sanyo that lasted for twenty years.