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I have a vwm-400 Sanyo video cassette recorder. The clock on the recorder is set to the correct time! I programmed time recording for a set time to record a program on TV, but timed recording is not activating to record the program. How do I fix the problem!

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Hi,
After programing/ feeding record time in VCR, press Timer button on VCR so it will go into standby mode with Timer indication. VCR will automatically turn On at set time and will record program of set channel.
Let me know if you have additional question.
Thanks.

Posted on Dec 18, 2010

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