I do not have a user manual for my console tv and cannot get my tv/vcr or dvd player to play on the television we purchased. There is no aux buttons on the menu screen and yet there are plugins on the back to plug in the video components. We have dish input and I am not sure what is wrong and why i cannot get my items to play dvd or vcr on this television. It does not play even if i turn off the dish and put it on channel 3 or 4. I need a manual or connection help
If you lost the remote for a zenith television and want play a movie on an input, use the channel up/down buttons to navigate. Ususally if your on ch 2, press the down button. Line 1/2 will appear on a blackscreen if the device is off. Otherwise, I have had great success using a GE universal remote with my Zenith tv/vcr combo unit. (by the way, I work for the technical support department for my city's local cable company)
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Connect yellow from DVD to TV. Connect white and red cables from DVD to TV. Yellow to yellow, white to white etc. Then select on the TV using the remote, the proper input (where the DVD is connected) Press PLAY on the DVD player.
You should always read the owners manual to familiarize, yourself with the operations of the unit. This will solve a lot of simple operation problems and hook-up problems. The manuals are written for this purpose and they contain useful information.They also contain diagrams of setups, this make it very easy to visualize the set-up procedures. They also contain troubleshooting pages that can help you with minor problems that may occur during your set- up and operation of the unit in the system.The manual also has useful information about the the company and its services. Websites and telephone numbers that you can contact if you are having problems.You should always keep this manual handy for these reasons. I hope this help you to understand the usefulness of the manual and it helps you overcome the minor problem that one always come upon during the initial set-up procedures.
There are connections on the back of your TV for Audio and Video inputs. You connect the corresponding connections to your DVD player. You then use the TV/VCR SOURCE button on your remote to change to that input. In case you don't have your manual the following web address will take you to a place that will let you download the manual.
ok cable sat wire goes into input of dvd-vcr input then coming out from the dvd vcr and into the moulator then a wire out to the tv now make sure your vcr is set to the right setting ...now you can record 1 cable..2.vcr dvd..3 modulator...4...tv make sure vcr is set to monitor
VCR is set with blank tape..Bring up vcr control on TV with television set on Chanel #3, go to menu
Follows procedure for progamming date,time start,time finish,chanel and.speed and single recording.finally click on menu and turn vcr off. Vcr lights indicate set for taping,,.Does no start to tape at requested time and lights indication taping ready stays on ??????
I'm assuming you mean a DVD player, not a CD player?
1. You can get an input splitter (basically an A/B switch for the cable), and connect to that, manually switching between the two sources.
2. You can replace the VCR and the DVD player with a combination DVD/VHS unit.
Although it would seem logical, it is unlikely that you can hook the DVD player to the VCR, since the VCR will refuse to let the signal pass though it, as part of its MacroVision copy protection. (This is the same sytem that prevents you from recording DVDs onto VHS tapes.)