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Changing uhf output of vcr

How do I change the uhf output channel of my vcr

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  • Easy4Kill May 11, 2008

    Model is a Sansui VCR955EI

  • Easy4Kill May 12, 2008

    it is the channel output i want to change as it is to close to a local tv channel22 and the vcr went to channel23 after a power loss this weekend

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Did you mean "VHF"? UHF cannot be converted externally....accordianman

Posted on May 12, 2008

  • Michael Borelli May 13, 2008

    My bad..What country are you in? The US, Canada, and sovereign countries use either channel 3 or 4. Since I am not privy to the operations of other areas, I'll have to venture a guess that the switch you're looking for is in the back of the VCR, close to the RF connectors...accordianman

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