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If television has rca outs in the back(yellow, red, and white connectors) you must use the remote on the television to change the video input mode. If you do not have the RCA's you need to go to Radio Shack or Wal Mart and by an RF Modulator. and follow the instuctions with the modulator.
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I have no idea what an antennae connection is. I assume you are talking about a Coaxial cable converter (large box that connects in line on the cable input). If this is the case, the box is override either channel 3 or 4. It either has a switch to pick which one of these to use or it is written on the box which one it uses.
If you are using a VGA connection (3 pins with 1 yellow, 1 white, and 1 red connector), then you have to find the AV channel. Every TV has one, unless it is like 4 decades old. If the TV is a few decades old, it may not have a channel called "AV" or "AUX". For example my dad's 25 year old TV uses 91 as the AUX channel. It is common for channels in the 90's to be used for this or channel 0. Best to just turn all the manually add/remove channels while the box is on. Then you can spot the right channel and add it to the listings.
u didn't mentioned the model number of ur Coy DVD, any way do the following
first of all connect the AM and FM antenna to ur dvd player. ( located in the back side)
take the remote and do the following
1 .press the AM/ FM button. make selection u need AM or FM ( if u want to turn channels on AM select AM and got next step, after that select FM and do the same for turning FM channels)
2. press the MO /ST button to select stereo.
3. press the AUTO button to auto tune channels available
4.what till all channelsmemorized
now ur radio is tuned. u candirectly select the station using the numeric keys ( for eg:- to go to channel 2, u should press 0 and then 2, if u want o go to channel 14, press 1 and then 4.
u can also select channels by pressing the RADIO plus and minus button .
when u want to listen radio press AM/ FM button and select ur desired channel.
to tune the radio you hit the play/pause button and scroll thru the channels with the toggle switch deally then to set the channel hold the play/pause button and it will bring up a list thing and you set it as a channel. to add videos ect. you have to do it thru your computer.
Any vcr I know of usually is tuned through channels 3 or 4 unless they are hooked up directly by RCA patchcord. 3 pronged- 2 audio and 1 video. With the patchcord you'll be tuning through an auxilary input in the tv.
Check that the TV is tuned on the DVD channel, on some set is channel 0, or av , or ext etc. If tv is tuned on the right cannnel, check that cables are fine, and check that you have connected the cable in the right way.
I am assuming that you are using cable and not an aerial/antenna.
On your concern "...channels do not tune...correct channel numbers...", it is possible that when you re-tuned the TV your setting was set to AIR or STD, try to re-tune again but this time pls verify that you are in CABLE mode. If on the other hand you are using aerial/antenna, then it is the other way around.
Channel 0 would automatically be your Audio/Video (which is where your DVD/VCR is connected). If you re-tune, chances are that Channel 0 ) would be back. To be on the safe side, pls power on likewise the DVD/VCR.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.