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I read the instruction manual one more time. It said to tune my TV to Video and voila, the VCR worked. All JVC VCR's seem to need the tv tuned to Video to play back. I had an older JVC VCR and I had to do the same thing with it. Thanks anyway.
You will need to put your aerial into the rear uhf socket of the VCR then take another connecting lead (flylead) from the out of the VCR & put this into the aerial socket of the TV. You will now need to select a channel on the TV (best to use channel zero) & tune the TV to the VCR signal. The best way to do this is to put in a recorded tape eg a film /press play/ then tune the TV until you pick up the playback of the film, then store this on the TV. This will give you your VCR channel. You will now need to tune the VCR to your broadcasted stations so that you can record.
Sorry I hadnt repied,have been away. Once you have found that the vid plays ok on a certain channel,press stop on vid,so noyhings playing,then there must be a scan or search button on remote,its important you are on the channel that the vid plays on ,when doing it....I looked for a manual bet couldnt find one,
Well from memory... you have to Plug in the Antenna to the Video, then from Video to TV, then ya Tune in the "Tuner" section of the Unit.. that outputs on ya TV, then you can simply press the record button(s).. also there is the option of Timer Recording... There was also a TV/VCR switch that had to be toggled on some models...
But ya really need a manual I believe the manual is at the below link...
sorry but there is not a reset button and it looks to me as a damage chip is truth that tere is a mute option in your vcr but I have fix that problem before and was a bad chip look for a teh to help you but remember a new vcr cost is verry low so dont spend to much in that one..good luck