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Will only display on ch 3

Have a sanyo model vwm-950 vcr. power went out now its only displaying on ch 3, what are the buttons to push to make it display on ch 4 Comment by cowboyup51, posted on Apr 20, 2007 there is NO switch on the back it has something to do with pushing the right buttons. The switch was the 1st thing looked for a year ago when it was purchased. the correct answer is in the owners manual that has disappeared

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You will need to take the original remoter and go into the menu, find the channel set up and reprogram the VCR for the channels, as when you lost power the channels also went out because of the memory chips need the power to hold the data.

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