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How to connect an old sharp vcr (vc-H960)and converter(GAO21WT) to an old 13 in.Citizen tv(JCTV1582)

The sharp converter cannot change the channels from the sharp vcr for the citizen tv

Posted by Buk Ram on

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: No sound from VCR

OK here we go, The system is connected in the following manner: DTV-----RG6Coax-----VCR-------RG6Coax-------TVset Might I suggest a simple test? from the VCR to the TV use the Video and Stereo RCA outputs. The reason I want you to do this is to see if the Audio signal is being processed by the VCRs circuitry. I think it is. If it is then you problem might be the modulator that is used from the VCR to the TV when the VCR is on. You see when the VCR is off the RF connections are basically a switched pass-thru, when the VCR is on the switch send the signal to the VCR circuitry and the back into a Modulator and into the audio and video output RCA jacks. If the test works then the signal is being processed by the VCR and it might be a modulator problem, if not then the issue might be the actual RF input circuit prior to the demodulator. Another test would be to play a tape to see if the tape plays. If it does then this narrows down the trouble area between demodulator and the audio and video detector stages. If there is an internal proble you may want to take your unit to a radio and Tv repair shop.

Posted on Sep 05, 2007

Anonymous

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SOURCE: UNIVERSAL CODE FOR A CITIZEN TV

Unfortunately, the codes you use with a universal remote are specific to that model of remote (it's not like all Citizen TVs are "0105" on every universal remote everywhere for example; the same TV might have a different code on each different model of remote), so we won't be able to give you a specific code to try.

However, you can try doing a "code search". Most models of universal remote allow you to search for the code. It's usually something like entering a special code (like 9998 or 0000) and then repeatedly pressing a button until your TV turns off or changes channel -- when it does, you know you've hit the right code and can stop. Look for instructions on how to do the code search in the manual for your remote.

Posted on Dec 10, 2007

Anonymous

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SOURCE: code for citizen tv

There will be a self search function on the remote and it will find the tv for you..If not try the learning function if you have the control for the television.Put both remotes about 5cm apart front to front and press the learn button...There must be new batteries in the 4 in 1 remote for this to work,,,Hope this helps good luck

Posted on Jan 03, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Codes

Citizen VCR code is 035. That should do it. Thanks please dont forget your rating as well.

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: older citizen tv, hook up dvd player?

Radio Shack will sell you a device that should convert your signal to a format this old set can use

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

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