We have them set to Video 1 (for video conf cameras) they've been on literally for years and every once ina while one will start cycling through the inputs. CAn't get to the menus, restarting doesn't help.
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To set the time / date stamp you'll need your remote control and you'll need to hook it to a TV with AV inputs. Be sure to correctly select the AV input the camera is plugged into. This is the most overlooked step that causes a lot of users frustration.
I've attached a YouTube video on how to accomplish the time/date setting.
Connect the yellow connector of the camera to the TV Video input 1 or 2 Using the remote select the right video input on your TV by pressing, Video or Source on the remote to select the video input 1 or 2 whichever, input you connected the camera to that input needs to be active using the remote or keypad on the side of your TV set.
Which channels? Tuners are divided into bandwidths----- 2-6 is V low, 7-13 is V high and so on.If say, 2-6 acts up, but 7 thru 13 never does,then the tuner is bad. This solution assumes that video inputs were ok......T.