Question about Quasar VHQ401 VHS VCR
The closest model to the subject one above is the V401. There is no mechanism on the back of the VCR to change the channel 3 to 4 so I can hook up to my television. I tried manually changing the channel on the VCR to 4, but it reverts back to chanel 3. Without being able to use channel 4, I am unable to get the VCR to work with my TV. The particular model I have is dated 2001. I am assuming that channel 3 is somehow internally programmed. Can anyone help--other than purchasing a new VCR?
Use the remote control. Press the "Action" button and then use the direction arrows to select "VCR'S OUTPUT CH" to change to channel 4.
Posted on Oct 30, 2007
I have not heard of one that doesn't have the selector switch to change to 3 or 4, Could it perhaps be in the front behind a door or just somewhere else?
Posted on Aug 16, 2007
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Channel Master by PCT indoor antennas are designed to provide optimum reception of
UHF / VHF and FM signals. These antennas have 75 ohm outputs, which allow simple,
hassle-free connections to today's newer TV sets that have 75 ohm F type connector
Simply attach one end of the supplied 6' cable with F connectors to the output of the
antenna (Fig.1). Attach the other end of the cable to the input of the TV set or VCR
(Fig. 2). Some adjustment of the antenna might be necessary for optimum viewing.
Model CM-4030 includes a built-in amplifier and separate power supply.
1. Follow the same steps as above for antenna to TV / VCR hookup. Note : Model
CM-4030 also allows for two set / VCR hookups with its unique dual output feature.
2. Insert the power injector into the back of the antenna (Fig. 3). Plug in the power
transformer to the closest electrical outlet (Fig. 4).
Google 4030 Channel Master Instruction Sheet for the PDF File with the diagram.
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