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Reprograming vcr recorder and tv for sec. camera after power outage.

Sylvania vcr recorder 6260f and jvc tv c-13111,and remote sec. camera. ,i cant figure out how to get it record again after electric power outage.,i have set it on channel 3 but no picture on screen no record.

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Try checking this link I think they just function the same way in way of recording , this is a user manual http://www.sylvaniaconsumerelectronics.com/pdf/om/SREC427.pdf

Hope that helps........

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I would unplug all components, wait a few minutes, then plug them in. If this doesn't work, I would check the settings on the VCR and ensure it did not reset to channel 4.

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