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Hello A blue screen only with no indications of video means, there is no video signal. That is no signal condition. Check the tV connected with an external antenna. Select to tuner, and see whether it receives any on air transmission. If it recevies, and you can see the picture, and the fault is with VCR only,m means that the VCR section has trouble. If there is no picture either with VCR or external antenna, the fault is with the switching IC iside the circuit board. To locate this IC and to repalce it is actually a skilled work indeed. If you have sound knoledge in electronics, you can do it by yourself. If you have, inform me. I'll send the schematic diagram [service manual] to your TV. I can't send it to you by this site, as this window does not allow me to upload PDF fies by it. If you want to get the service manual, send your Email ID to me by Fixya. I'll send a copy of it to you by return mail. OK.
Sounds like your VCR & TV are on different channels.
The VCR's ouput is channel 3 or 4. Try turning your TV to either channel and see if you get a picture. OR try playing the tape and after 2 or 3 seconds, push the play button again for a few seconds to change the VCR's ouput channel.
Sounds like it's wired up wrong...try this: take cable line to VCR in, VCR out to cable/receiver box(if you have one) then box to TV...it sounds like the vcr is getting the channels from the box and not the vcr...you will need to have the vcr scan the channels (round in the settings menu) You will also be able to watch and record 2 different things.