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Most late VCRs require the remote box to set the clock, timed recording etc. Assuming you have the Orion remote, it should have a programming or menu button, and the function you need can be selected from a list of options.
If the remote is an aftermarket unit (non-Orion), it must have the capability to do the advanced setup (clock set etc.). Many aftermarket remotes only do basic channel selection, and tape functions (play, rewind, stop, etc.).
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Hi. --make sure you have a blank tape in the VCR... --GO TO MENU.. --your clock should show the real time..Correct it if it is not.. --select TIMER --than select and adjust` start time` and `duration` of recording..and ` channel to be recorded ` --SAVE it.. --Turn off the video . --you must see a small CLOCK/TIMER ICON on the LCD panel which proves that you did it.. Hope this helps! Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :) Thanks