First of all the model I have is not listed so this model is the closest one to it.
The Model I have is GE VG2016. I know it is an older model but hope you can help.
I am having a problem with the cable signal going through the vcr. I get a snowy picture on the TV. Especially the lower channels it is hardly visable. I disconnected the VCR and hooked up to cable directy to the TV and it works great. This has coming on for a long time but recently it is getting worse.
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Re: not a good signal
You may have a connection problem, particularly check the cable which goes from VCR output to TV input.
The RF signal is carried on the center conductor of the coax cable. If you look at the end of the coax, you will see this center wire. If this wire is substantially recessed (too short) or bent over, then it might not make contact with the connection of the VCR tuner out or TV in. Try a different interconnection cable. If problems still remain with this substitute cable, when you have things all hooked up, try moving the cabling from side to side, and see if the picture quality changes substantially.
Another possibility is the tuner in the VCR is defective. If so, repair is not economical- replace the VCR.
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It seems to be a little known model. This is the closest I can find YT-42A. Can you add a picture of yours? I have experience with one and two button electronic timers and all types of mechanical timers.
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If your model is the PSS26MSRSS the defrost timer is built into the motherboard and will be completely electronic. Click here for the=> Service Manual And then click here for=> GE Profile/Artica Technical Information Now it is possible that the model listed here requesting a solution may have been listed incorrectly by auto generated model numbers and not by your fault, it just happens here at times. So if this is what happened then try again to provide a different model number. Here is how GE locates their model numbers, Click Here=>
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As far as I know, this set DOES NOT have the required tuner capability. Please note that the changeover only effects those using rabbit ears or a rooftop antenna. If you have cable or satelite, no change will be seen. The change over is from an analog broadcast signal to a digital one. Your set has a digital tuner that expects an analog input signal.