Sanyo VHR-610 Instruction manual

Sanyo VHR-610 Instruction manual
INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
VHR”610
Video cassette recorder
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PAL NTsc443
NOTE
This manual covers the model VHR-61O, which is sold in New Zealand and in Australia.
The warranty offered is different according on where the unit is sold. For customers in New Zealand,
please refer to the Warranty card for New Zealand. For customers in Australia, please refer to the
Warranty card and to the Extended Manufacturer’s Warranty Plan for Australia.
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CONTENTS
Precautions
1
CONTROLS
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INTRODUCTION
2
Remote control batteries insertion ............................
..................................................... 4
CONNECTIONS
Accessories ...............................................................
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PREPARATION
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Clock seHing .............................................................
51
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Tuning control (Auto) ...............................................
6
Make sure to make these
settings before operating the
PLAYBACK .......................................................... 7
Variable playback modes ..........................................
7
Counter memo~
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8
Index search .............................................................
8
Endless play ..............................................................
8
Playback of an NTSC tape .........................................
8
TV PROGRAMMED
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Quick Start Recording
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RECORDING
4
4
Adjusting the TV receiver to the video channel .. ......
BASICOPERATION
ADVANCED
OPERATION
3
TIMER RECORDING
PROGRAMMING
Confirmation
Canceling
timer ............... .....................
9
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TAPE COPY .........................................................ll
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
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PRECAUTIONS
INTRODUCTION
Only cassettes marked ~
be used with this VCR.
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Video cassette recorders bearing
the “lWj”
mark incorporate
VHS high picture quality
technology, Note that there is
interchangeability with former
VHS video cassette recorders.
Safety precautions
Operating precautions
DANGER:
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Place the VCR on a flat, stable, level
surface. Never subject it to violent shaking
or any other shock or impact.
●
Do not expose the unit to high
temperatures. Excessive heat (heat
sources such as heaters, ovens, closed car
on hot days, etc.) may damage the unit.
●
Be sure to use this VCR only in a
temperature range of 5°C to 40”C (41 “F to
105”F) and at less than 80% humidity.
●
Do not use the unit under the following
conditions:
— in locations with high humidity
— in presence of excessive dirt or dust
This VCR contains live parts. Do not remove
the cabinet.
Note:
If the unit does not operate
properly, switch it off, refer to
“TROUBLESHOOTING
or contact
your Sanyo authorized service
agent,
WARNING:
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not
expose this product to rain or moisture.
— in areas subject to strong vibrations
— near strong magnetic fields (e.g.
transmitting antennas, motors,
fluorescent lights, etc.)
CAUTION:
Do not put your hand or other objects in the
cassette loading slot because of the risk of
injury or an accident. Be sure to keep small
children away from the VCR
Power on/off
Power is switched on/off by
pressing the POWERbutton.
VCRdisplay
Poweron
Poweroff
“Power off” is the condition in
which only the time is displayed.
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Do not stack anything on top of your VCR,
or block the air vents, to prevent damaging
or overheating.
●
Do not place anything, except VHS video
cassette tapes, in the unit.
●
Do not allow rain, steam, dew, salt water,
sand, oily smoke, metal objects, etc. to
enter the unit.
●
Clean with a dry and soft cloth, or soft cloth
slightly moistened with a mild detergent
solution.
●
Do not use any type of solvent, such as
alcohol or benzine.
●
Do not forget that even in the power off
state there is an electrical voltage inside the
VCR as long as it is connected to a wall
socket.
●
Disconnect the power cord from the wall
socket if the VCR is not to be used for a
long time.
Caution concerning condensation
Be careful
of condensation
Condensation can form inside a VCR when it
is suddenly moved from a cold place to a
warm, humid one, or when a heater has been
turned onto quickly heat the room.
Do not insert a video cassette if you use
this VCR in areas subject to condensation.
Wait for 1-1/2 to 2 hours to completely
eliminate condensation before using the
VCR.
CONTROLS
INTRODUCTION
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NTSC playback indicator
Lights during playback or copy
of an NTSCcolour signal.
Remote control batteries
insertion
1 Slide open the lid.
2 Insert 2 “AA (IEC R6)” 1.5
volt batteries (supplied)
according to [email protected] and @
signs
3 Replace the lid
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Remote control sensor
Operate the remote control unit within a range of
approx. 30” and approx. 6m (20 ft.) from the front of
the VCR.
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Function
Indication
POWER
- I Tuner programme
CHANNEL+,
REC
PAUS13STILL
REW
PLAY
selection
Recording
Pause during recording, still picture during playback
Playback
Playback
Forwardsearct
Slowmotion
forward search during playback
CLOCK
SYSTEM
CH+, CH–
Rewind
Reversesearct
Clock set
NTSC playback system selector
Programme selection
Timer programme
set
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Direct programme
selection, for various input
OK Confirms data
Record
Recordpause
Still picture
Clears data
INPUT
External input mode selection
SLOW
Slow motion
MEMORY
Fast-forward
Tuner preset
PROG
CLEAR
Display
Tape stop, cassette ejection
(On the remote control only)
PRESET
Mode
Rewind, reverse search during playback
FF Fast-forward,
STOPIEJECT
Functionindicator
Power onloff
Counter “0:00:00
RESET
Counter reset
INDEX
Index search
position memory
Frameadvancf
(;::-: Flashing)
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CONNECT ONS
PREPARATION
Accessories
Aerial/RF connection
Is everything in the box?
Connect as indicated below.
Aerial
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To a wall socket
Powercord
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Aerial outputcable
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Aerial output cable
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Remotecontrol unit
AV connection
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2 “AA (IECR6)” size,
1.5-volt batteries
If your TV receiver has an AV terminal, the
following AV connections are also possible.
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The advantage of this connection is a
higher quality of picture and sound during
playback.
Aerial
TV
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Aerial output cable
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VCR PRESETTING
After all the connections
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to -
are completed,
before
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Adjusting the TVreceiver
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Clock setting
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Tuning control (AUTO)
using
please
follow
PREPARATION
steps
the VCR.
tothevideo
channel
POWER
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CLOCK
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CH+, -
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OK
CLEAR
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Adjusting the TV receiver to the video
channel
If the VCR has been connected to the TV
using the “AV connection”, simply set the
TV to the AV mode. You can skip this step.
1
2
Press the POWER button.
Turn on your TV and set it to the “VCR”,
“AV or to the position designated for
videorecorder use (usually a position
where no TV programme is received).
For more details, please refer to your TV
receiver instruction manual.
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Adjust the tuning on the TV to UHF
channel 36 (37 – 38) so that the test
pattern (2 vertical bars) is clear
(TVscreen)
Clock setting
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1
Press the CLOCK button.
2
Set the date using the numeric buttons.
If you entered a wrong number, press the
CLEAR button to delete it, then enter the
correct number.
in your area, UHF channel 36
)7- 38) is used by a
roadcaster, follow the steps
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BIOW.
Set the time using the numeric buttons.
Tune the TV receiver to an
available UHFchannel between
channel 32 and 41 (33 and 43)
(a UHFchannel not used by a
TV station).
Enter 1615.
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Press the OK button.
Seconds will start counting from “00” as
the OK button is pressed.
This is your video channel.
Whenever you play back a tape or watch a
TV programme tuned on the VCR tuner, set
the TV to your video channel.
RF converter
output
(Video channel)
Area
Factory
Australia
setthg
36
New Zealand
37 – 38
Summer/Standard
time setting
1 Press the CLOCK button.
2 Each press of the (CH+ or CH-) button, will
advance or retard the clock by 1 hour.
3 When finished, press the OK button.
Range
32–41
Changing
33 – 43
1 Press the CLOCK button.
Note:
If the clocksettingandlor the tuning controladjustments
are completed beforesettingthe video channel,the test
patternwill not appear on the TV screen.
Using a small screwdriver~
slowly turn the video channel
adjustment screw “RF
CHANNEL”on the back of the
VCR, to the right for a higher
channel than 36 (37 – 38) and
to the left for a lower channel
than 36 (37 - 38),
Adjust the tuning on the TV, if
necessary, so that the test
pattern is clear.
the time/date
2 Continue pressing the CLEAR button to
clear the digits to correct, then enter the
new settings for the date, then for the time,
using the numeric buttons.
RF CHANNEL
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3 When finished, press the OK button.
If the test pattern does not appear, set the
video channel using a prerecorded VHS
video
cassette.
1 Play back the tape.
2 Tune the TV receiver to obtain clear
pictures and sound while monitoring
playback on the TV screen.
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VCR PRESETTING
PREPARATION
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Fine tuning
Tuning control (AUTO)
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CHANNEL(+, -)
This VCR has a built-in tuner capable of
tuning up to 44 TV stations.
Auto tuning
PRESET~
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Power interruption
If the powerto the VCR has failed
or has been disconnected for
morethanl hour, the VCR
display shows ”-: --”.
However, the tuner preset
memory will not be erased. So
there is no need to retune the
VCRstations.
The date, time and recording
information regarding future
recordings should be reset.
First refer to”Clock
setting” on page 5, to set the
clock (date and time), then, the
timer recording programmed
should be set again as desired.
Press both the CHANNEL (+, -) buttons on
the VCR simultaneously for more than 2
seconds.
The TV stations available in your area will be
automatically preset in order starting from
programme position number “01”
If the tuning is not optimum, it can be
improved by manual fine tuning.
1 Press the PRESET button.
2 Press the FF or REW button to obtain the
best possible picture and sound.
3 Press the OK button.
4 When finished, press the PRESET button.
Skip function
Because of this you may have to sort the TV
stations into the correct order. Please refer to
“Sorting the TV stations”.
If only programme position numbers 1 to 30
have been preset, set the skip function for
programme position numbers 31 to 44, so that
only the preset TV stations will appear when
pressing the (CH+ or CH-) button.
When all available TV stations have been
preset, the function will stop and the TV
station preset to programme position number
“01” will be tuned on your TV screen.
2 Using the numeric buttons or the (CH+ or
CH-) button, select the programme position
number to skip.
1 Press the PRESET button.
3 Press the CLEAR button.
Notes:
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During the auto tuning operations, please do not
press any of the buttons or controls on the VCR
or remote control.
Auto tuning is not possible if the VCR is set to
AV input mode.
The skip function will be automatically set for all
position numbers where no TV station has been
preset.
Additional tuning adjustments
Sorting
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the TV stations
TOchange TV1 from programme
position ‘(4 to programme position”1”.
The “S” indicator will light.
To cancel the skip function, press the
CLEAR button again to erase the “S indicator.
4 Press the OK button.
Repeat steps 2 to 4 for every programme
position number to skip.
5 When finished, press the PRESET button.
Manual tuning
This tuning mode can be used to modify the
settings entered by the Auto tuning function,
or to manually preset the TV stations to
particular programme position numbers.
1 Press the PRESET button.
2 Using the (CH+ or CH-) button, select the
desired programme position number.
3 Press the PLAY button.
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1 Press the PRESET button.
2 Using the (CH+ or CH–) button select the
desired TV station (e.g. TV1).
(TVscreen)
If the search stops on a broadcast other
than the one desired, press the PLAY
button again until the broadcast from the
desired TV station appears on the TV
screen.
4 Press the OK button when the desired TV
TV1
station appears on the TV screen.
Repeat steps 2 to 4 to preset another TV
station to another programme position number.
5 When finished, press the PRESET button.
3 Using the numeric buttons (O
target programme
9), enter the
position number (e.g.
“01”).
4 Press the OK button.
Repeat steps 2 to 4 to change another TV
station programme position number.
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5 When finished, press the PRESET button.
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PLAYBACK
Turn on the TV, then set it to the preset
video channel or AV mode.
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2
Insert a recorded video cassette.
Gently push the centre of the cassette
until it is loaded automatically.
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BASIC OPERATION
Tracking adjustment
This VCR starts
the automatic
tracking
when you inserf the tape. During
playback this function will adjust the tracking
to the best possible image. If noise appears in
the playback picture, press the (CH+ or CH–)
button, to reduce the noise interference in the
image.
function
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0-9
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CH+, PLAY
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SLOW
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Press the PLAY button.
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To stop the playback, press the STOP
button.
To rewind the tape, press the REW button.
To advance (fast-forward)
the tape, press
t:he FF button.
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To eject the video cassette, press the
IEJECT button on the VCR.
Variable playback modes
Forward search
1 Press the FF button during playback or
fast-forward operation.
2 Press the PLAY button to resume normal
playback, or the FF button to resume
fast-forward operation.
search
Reverse
1 Press the REW button during playback or
rewind operation.
Still
picture
1 Press the PAUSE/STILL
normal playback.
button during
Noise interference
EJECT
Note:
Correcting noise interference
variable playback modes
during
If noise interference (bars) appears during
still picture, frame advance or slow motion
modes
From still picture or frame advance go into
slow motion mode, then use the (CH+ or
CH–) button, to correct. You can then resume
still picture or frame advance mode.
If the still picture moves up and down
When noise interference is corrected using
the (CH+ or CH–) button, the settings will be
effective until the cassette tape is unloaded.
Once the cassette tape is unloaded, the VCR
is reset and the next time the VCR is used
you may need to do the corrections again.
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2 Press the PLAY button to resume normal
playback.
Notes:
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motion
1 Press the SLOW button during normal
playback or during still picture.
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The tape speed
normal
speed
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Auto power on
The power is automatically
switched on as a cassette is
inserted while the VCR is in the
stand-by mode.
Auto play
The VCR will play back a tape
automatically when a video
cassette is inserted whose
erasure-prevention
tab has been
removed.
Auto eject
When a video cassette without an
erasure-prevention
tab is played
to the end of the tape, the tape
will be automatically rewound
and then the cassette will be
ejected.
Power off eject
advance
1 Press the PAUSWSTILL button during still
playback to advance the picture frame by
frame.
Slow
Deb
Depending on the cassette tape, you may find that
some noise interference cannot be completely
corrected using the tracking controls.
2 Press the PLAY button to resume normal
playback.
Frame
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Use the (CH+ or CH-) button, to correct.
2 Press the PLAY button to resume normal
playback, or the REW button to resume
rewind operation.
Pflly
STOP
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can be set at 1/5 or 1/30 of
by pressing
the SLOW
button.
2 Press the PLAY button to resume normal
playback.
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During variable playback modes the picture may
contain some noise or vibration that cannot be
corrected. This is not a malfunction.
If still picture or slow motion playback is
continued for about five minutes, the VCR will
automatically change to stop mode in order to
prevent the tape from being damaged.
The video cassette will be ejected
when the EJECTbutton is
pressed,evenwhenthe VCR is in
stand-by mode.
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PLAYBACK
BASIC OPERATION
Counter memory
&
SYSTEM
PLAY
FF
REW
MEMORY
INOEX
STOP
RESET
The counter memory is used to find a point on
the tape. At the desired point, press the
RESET button to reset the counter to
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STOP
“m 0:00:00”
“0:00:00.
Then, press the MEMORY button to display
“~” to the left of the counter reading.
After
recording
or playback,
that point can be
the REW button (or
the FF button if the counter reading is
negative), the tape will be rewound (or
fast-forwarded) and stop at the memorized
position.
found
by pressing
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REW
Notes:
During endless play, please do not press FF,
REW or PAUSE/STILL button because the
endless play will be cancelled.
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PLAY
If the counter memory function is used in
combination with endless play, the VCR will play
back the tape to the counter reading
“~ 0:00:00” then start again from the beginning.
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This function can only be activated using the
controls on the VCR itself. It cannot be activated
from the remote control,
Playback of an NTSC tape
Notes:
●
Whenever
you load a cassette tape, the counter
is reset to “0:00:00.
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If you play back a blank tape or a bkinK portion
The playback, on this VCR, of an NTSC tape
can be viewed on a PAL (B/G) or NTSC4.43
system TV.
of tape, the counter will not operate.
Index search
This VCR will go automatically
beginning
to the
of the next (or present)
recording
and start playback.
An index
beginning
signal
is automatically
of each
recording
placed
made
at the
on this
This index can be used to search for the
next (or present) recording.
VCR.
Select the TV system on the VCR to match
the system of the TV used, as indicated below.
1 Press the SYSTEM button.
2 Press the (CH+) button.
VCR display
TV system
1 Press the INDEX button while in the stop or
playback mode.
PAL B/G
‘--
To cancel the index search mode, press
the INDEX button again.
2 Press the FF or REW button.
The search function will start.
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To stop the search function, press the
STOP button.
Notes:
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3 Press the SYSTEM button.
Notes:
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When using an NTSC4.43 system TV, please use
the AUDIOIVIDEO OUT terminals.
(Refer to “AV connection”
on page 4.)
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An NTSC tape cannot be copied normally.
●
Index signals are not recorded after a recording
pause.
Picture quality of NTSC tapes cannot be
guaranteed
Make sure that indexes are at least five minutes
apart from each other.
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NTSC4.43
with this VCR.
When you playback an NTSC recorded
tape on a PAL TV,
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the image may shrink vetitcally and a black band
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the image may be unstable, rolling vertically,
may appear at the top and bottom of the screen.
Endless play
This function will play back a tape to the end,
rewind it then replay it again, and again until
you stop it.
1 In the stop or playback mode, first press the
PLAY button then while holding it down
press the REW button.
2 To cancel the endless play, press the
STOP button.
In that case, use the TV vertical hold button to
stabilize the image.
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When using a multi-system TV in automatic
mode, the image may be black and white and/or
no sound may be heard.
In that case, select on your TV the PAL or
NTSC4.43 system.
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RECORDING TV PROGRAMMED
1
2
3
4
Turn on the TV then set it to the preset
video channel or AV mode.
Press the numeric buttons, or the (CH+ or
CH-) button, to select the TV station to be
recorded.
Press the REC button.
The “REC indicator will light, and
recording starts,
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To stop the recording, press the STOP
button.
If you wish
unwanted
to avoid
material
1 During recording, press the PAUSEA3TILL
button.
The TV picture and sound will not be
recorded.
button or REC
The recording will resume.
Note:
If the record pause mode continues for about five
minutes, the VCR will automatically go into the stop
mode in order to prevent damage
Recording
one programme
1 Press the REC button twice.
2 Within 10 seconds, set the recording end
time by using REC and (CH+ or CH-)
buttons.
REC:
units of 30 minutes
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CH+, REC
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STOP
(CH+, CH-) : units of 1 minute
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The timer indicator (D) will light after the
recording end time is set.
recording
2 Press the PAUSEA3TILL
button.
BASIC OPERATION
Quick Start Recording timer
Timer recording is simple.
YOU can start a recording and then
programme when the VCR is automatically
recording and turn its power off.
Insert a video cassette with
erasure-prevention tab.
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To stop the recording at any time, press the
STOP button.
Erasure-prevention
tab
Checking/Changing
When the REC button is pressed during Quick
Start Recording, the recording end time will
blink for 10 seconds.
The recording end time can be changed by
pressing REC and (CH+ or CH-) buttons
during this 10-second period.
To prevent accidental erasure,
remove the tab after recording.
to the tape.
while
watching another
1 Start recording the desired TV station
programme
selected on the VCR.
2 Select on the TV receiver the TV station
you want to watch.
If the VCR has been connected to the TV
using the “AV connection”, set the TV to
the TV mode.
To record
again, cover the hole
with vinyl tape.
Iis-erasure prevention eject
he cassette will automatically be
Iected if recording is attempted
n a video cassette without an
rasure-prevention
tab.
uto rewind
he VCR automatically rewinds
le tape when it reaches the end.
his function does not operate
with timer recording or Quick
Start Recording timer.
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TIMER RECORDING PROGRAMMING
ADVANCED OPERATION
To record from an external source
You can set up to 6 programmed to be
recorded upon a period of up to 1 year.
POWER
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CH+,-
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PROG
ExamP/e:programme
At step 2,
Press
position: 2
Date: December 25
On time (start): 21:30
Off time (end) 23:15
INPUT
‘(LI”
the INPUT
is displayed
position
button.
instead
of the programme
number.
CLEAR
1
2
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Press
the PROG
Additional
button.
After step 2,
Using the numeric buttons, set the
programme position number (e.g. “02)
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If several timer recordings
have overlapping recording
time, the recording with the
earliest start time will be
recorded first, until the end.
19:00
21:00
20;00
22;00
2300
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for everyday recording
“WK:
for weekly recording (the same
programme every week)
for one time recording
Confirmation
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1 Press the PROG button repeatedly.
Set the recording on time (e.g. 21 :30)
Enter 2130.
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will be displayed first if
“PR -less than 6 recordings have been
programmed.
The settings (programme position and date)
for the programmed recordings are
displayed in sequence.
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These portions will notberecorded
“Ed”:
No display:
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recording
Set the date (e.g. December 25)
Enter 2512.
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Everyday/Weekly
Press the (CH+) button repeatedly to select:
Enter 02.
Programme priority
settings
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6
Set the recording
Enter 2315.
off time (e.g. 23:15)
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Canceling
When all the settings are as desired,
press the OK button.
recording
by
Press
1 When the settings you want to cancel are
displayed, press the PROG button.
2 Press the CLEAR button.
The VCR will automatically
clock (counter) display.
Insert a video cassette with
erasure-prevention
tab.
Make sure the tape is longer
recording
time.
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The date will change to the on time then to
the off time.
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You can programme
another
repeating
steps 2 to 6.
2 When the settings you want to confirm are
displayed, press the (CH–) button.
return to the
To correct a programmed timer recording, first
cancel it, then reprogrammed it as desired.
than the total
the POWER button.
The timer indicator (D) will light on the
VCR display and the VCR goes into timer
recording stand-by mode
IVotes:
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The (~) indicator will flash if no video cassette is
loaded when going into timer stand-by mode.
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The (B) indicator will flash and the video
cassette is ejected if a video cassette with no
erasure-prevention
tab is loaded.
TAPE COPY
Copying (dubbing) a tape can be done using
two video recorders, a playback VCR and a
recording
VCR.
Recording VCR (VHR-61O)
for RECORDING
1
2
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ADVANCED
OPERATION
VCR
Insert a video cassette with
erasure-prevention tab.
Press the INPUT button.
“L1” is displayed instead of the
programme position number.
4+
INPUT
REC
PWE[
STOP
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Playback VCR (Camcorder)
Set to the record pause mode.
The record pause mode is set by pressing
the REC button then the PAUSEETILL
button.
for PLAYBACK
VCR (Camcorder)
4
insert the recorded videocassette.
5
Start playback bypressing the PLAY
button.
for RECORDING
6
7
CAUTION:
The unauthorized recording of
television programmed, video
tapes, films and other such
material may infringe upon
copyright or the rights of third
parties.
VCR
When the desired starting position is
reached, start recording
by pressing the
PAUS13STILL button or the REC button
When finished, press the STOP button on
the RECORDING VCR then on the
PLAYBACK VCR.
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iii
5
OTHER
TROUBLESHOOT NG
Symptom
Check points
POWER TROUBLE
No power
●
The power cord is disconnected.
The remote control unit
doesn’t operate
.
The batteries are low.
No TV programmed
received
●
Are the connections
between your VCR and TV correct?
●
Was
preset?
Off the air reception on the
VCR is poor
●
The video channel setting of the TV receiver does not
correspond to the video channel presetting of the VCR.
Playback picture does not
appear
●
The video channel setting of the TV receiver does not
correspond to the video channel presetting of the VCR.
Interference
picture
●
Adjust the tracking control.
●
Dust or dirt on video heads. Take the VCR to an
Authorized Service Centre or dealer.
●
Is the NTSC playback system correctly selected?
No recording
●
The erasure-prevention
removed.
Timer recording is not
possible
.
The starting day and time have not been set correctly.
●
The clock time is not set correctly.
.
There has been a power interruption
RECEIVER TROUBLE
tuning
correctly
PLAYBACK TROUBLE
in playback
NTSC playback picture is
black and white
RECORDING
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TROUBLE
tab on the cassette has been
of more than 1 hour.
SPECIFICATIONS
i
5
OTHER
General
Video format:
Television system:
Video heads:
Tape speed:
RF converter:
Converter output:
Timer indication:
Power failure backup:
Timer recording:
Power requirement:
Dimensions (W x H x D):
Weight:
Power consumption:
VHS PAUNTSC4.43
CCIR: 625 lines, PAL colour signals
2 heads
PAL: 23.39 mm/see
NTSC (Playback only): 33.35 mmks.ec
Built-in UHF converter
On channel G: 32-41, B: 33-43
24-hour indication
Approx. one hour
1 year 6 programmes with every day and weekly recording
function
220-240 V AC, 50Hz
360 x 97x 296 mm
Approx. 3.6 kg
22 w
Electrical characteristics
Video input:
Video output:
Audio input:
Audio output:
Video SIN:
Horizontal resolution:
0.5- 2. OVP-P, 75+5 ohms
1.0 + o.2vp-p, 75 f 5 ohms
–8.0 dBs, more than 50 kohms
–8.0 dBs, less than 10 kohms
More than 43 dB
More than 240 lines
Appearance and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Repairs
This VCR is a precision instrument and if treated with care will provide satisfactory
performance. However, in the event of difficulty, the owner is advised not to attempt to make
repairs or open the cabinet. Servicing should always be referred to your dealer or Authorized
Service Centre.
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s*O
1AC6PI PI 307-PF2N/A2 (0896 KP-NIO1 )
SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.
Printed
in Indonesia
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