Ok. This is a really easy one.
All you have to do is hold down the menu button on the remote control for more than 5 seconds, If that doesnt work hold down the power button on the remote control for more than 5 seconds. If that doesnt work hold down the power button on the actual vcr unit for 15 seconds. The first method should work for Panasonic's fine.
This will then display your current rf output.
You can then change the output by using the up and down arrows or the channel up and down button on your remote or the vcr unit.
Press menu button to save or the same button you used to bring up the rf opposition eg power button on remote or the unit.
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Not really. The best solution is to attach a box (freeview etc) to the scart at the back, set the channel on that and if you want to record just select the AV channel and time etc. PS if it has PDC switch it to off. They don't work anyway with digital services.
May i help you on this issue .I have given gist of the manual.so that you save enough time by just having glance at it
The Panasonic VCR/VHS has an RF in and RF out sockets, it also has one red and one white audio out socket. It also has AV1 and AV2 sockets which are rectangular with many pin sockets which i believe are for scart cables. The video also has a switch for RF On, Off and Off(test Signal).
The sharp LCD has one an antenna in socket, AV1 (Red, Yellow and White sockets), S-Video, AV2 (Red, Yellow and White) and Component Y, Pb, Pr and Audio (Red and White)
To connect these two together in order to watch old video tapes on the television
take the out rf socket from the vcr and screw it on the sharp antenna and make sure that you have the tv on channel 3 or 4 which is normally the channels vcrs send the signal 2 and the rf should be on
Your VCR has input to record video-audio signal. Here is 2 options to record program in vcr.
1= You need to hook up video-audio cable at Monitor Out in TV and video-audio in at VCR. select Line-1 or Line-2 (where you hook up cable) in vcr and insert cassette with Record Tab intact, VCR is ready to record TV program. select desired channel on tv and hit record button of vcr, recording will start.
2= Plug RF antenna / cable wire in RF In of vcr and tune desired channel in vcr (get help of vcr's user manual for that) and push record button to start record directly in vcr.
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Most, if not all, TV sets which have a tuner section (will tune in individual channels either off an antenna, cable system etc.) should be UHF capable. UHF channels are approximately channels 14 - 83 of the standard broadcast spectrum, unless this has now changed with HDTV or other RF spectrum changes by the FCC. These channels are not the same as the cable channels, for which the mode of the TV set must be set.
Anyway, you will connect the VCR to the RF input of the TV, and set the TV for non-cable mode (broadcast). You will likely need to set the TV for a particular channel which matches what the VCR sends the signal out on.
I assume also the VCR doesn't have composite video out & audio out jacks on it? If it does, these hookups can be made to matching connections on the TV.
First, check in the VCR setup and see if it set for cable or off-air/broadcast/antenna (not always named the same). If it is set for off-air... then it won't tune cable channels beyond 13. It must be set for cable mode in order to tune those upper channels (mid-band, superband etc.).
I assume you have the VCR hooked up correctly- cable into VCR antenna/RF input, VCR RF/to TV output to the RF/Ant input of the TV.