Question about Televison & Video
Connect RF out of VCR to Antenna IN of TV. There should be a Test Signal switch at rear of VCR. Push it to ON. JVC VCRs generally generate a RF signal in the UHF band, around channel 36. Scan all channels on your TV, you should gete a Test signal of 2 parrallel black bars around channel 36. That is the Channel on which you can view tapes. Switch off 'Test signal' at rear of VCR, and press play. you should be able to watch your tape.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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