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We have an old Mitsubishi tv and we can't work out how to tune it to our new video recorder, there are no obvious options on the menu and we are using a generic remote control. The video recorder is second hand and has no remote control either. Argghhh!

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  • meliandben Jul 08, 2008

    Thank you so much for your help. We will give it a go if we can. If not then it may be time to purchase a new TV which will be a first - we normally have hand me downs!

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You have a problem. the adjusting button is on the original remote.
If you cant get your hands onto an original remote then there is nothing you can do about it.

only thing you can do is run the vid via av leads that way you bypass the tuner.

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