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Orion vcr model vr313

I'm unable to set my channel to either 3 or 4 inorder to record shows.  I lost my manual that would show me how.  I s there a way I can get another one or you could tell me.

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Hi,

You need not set your VCR to either CHs 3 or 4.  You simply have to set it to the channel that you would want to record. Further, the coax either from your cable or aerial should go straight to the VCR for it to receive any of the channels. The VCR then maybe hooked up to your TV either buy a shorter cable and this is when you set the TV to either 3 or 4. Alternately, you can use the RCA connector from your VCR to your TV.

This is a generic/compressed solution. Pls post back should you want additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Posted on Oct 23, 2007

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