Sylvania SRV202 Video Cassette Recorder Owner's Manual

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SYLVANIA
VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER
SRV202
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INSTRUCClONES
As an ENERGy STAR ®
Partner, our company
has
determined
that this product
meets
the ENERGY STAR ® guidelines
energy efficiency
a U.S. registered
for
ENERGY STAR ® is
mark
EN ESPAI_IOL
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INCLUIDAS.
I
I TO REDUCE
WARNING:
THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE
TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
L=
CAUTION
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The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within
an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage"
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within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock
to persons.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE'C"I3tV'ER (OR BACK). NO
USER SERVICEABLE
pARTS. INSIDE.
REFER
SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating
The
exclamationandpoint
maintenance
within an (servicing)
equilateral triangle
instructions in the literature accompanying the product.
The caution marking Islocated off'the'rear Ofthe cabinet.
IMPJgRTANT
SAFEGUARDS
pliance and cart combination
l.Read instructions-All
the safety and operating instnlCtions should be read before the appliance is operated.
2.Retain Instructions-The
safety and operating instructions
should be retained for future reference.
3.Heed Warnings-All
warnings on the appliance and in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
4.Follow Instructions-All
should be followed.
operating and use instructions
5.Cleaning-Unplug
this video product from the wall outlet
before _leaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
EXCEPTION
: A product that is meant for unintemapted
service and, that for some specific reason, such as the
possibility of the loss of an authorization code for a CATV
converter, is not intended to be unplugged by the user for
cleaning or any other pm9ose, may exclude the reference
to unplugging the appliance in the cleaning description
otherwise required in item 5.
6.Attachments-Do
not use attachments not recommended by
the video product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
7.Water and Moisture-Do
not use this video product near
water, for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen
sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming
pool, and the like.
to overturn.
9.Ventilation-Slots
and openings in the cabinet are provided
tbr ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the video
product and to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should
never be blocked by placing the video product on a bed,
sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This video product
should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a
bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or
the manufacturer's instructions have been adhered to.
10.Power Sources-This
video product should be operated
only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply
to your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power
company. For products intended to operate from battery
power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
ll.Grounding
or PolarizationThis video product is
equipped with a polarized alternating-current
line plug (a
plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will
fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety
feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the
outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to
fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
12.Power Cord Protection-Power
supply cords should be
routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched
8.Accessories-Do not place this video product on an unstable
by items placed upon or against them, paying particular
cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The video product may
attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and
fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious
the point where they exit thorn the appliance.
damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or
13.Outdoor
Antenna Grounding-If
an outside antenna or
sold with the video product. Any mounting of the appliance
cable system is connected to the video product, be sure the
should follow the manufacturer's
PORTABLECASrWARNING antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some
instructions
and
should use a (SymboFprovidedbyRErAC) protection
against voltage surges and built-up static
mounting
accessory
recomcharges. Article 810 of the National Electrical Code,
mended by the tnantdactLtrer. An
ANSI/NFPA No. 70, provides inforrmltinn with regard t,:)
appliance and cart combination
proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure,
should be moved with care. Quick
grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge uuit,
stops, excessive force, and unsize of grounding conductors, location of anterma-diseven surthces may cause the apcharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. (Fig. A)
@
$3125A
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FIGURE A
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
LEAD IN
WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP_
• ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQ
CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-2t)
GROUND CLAMPS
ERVlCE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
NEC - NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
$2898A
14.Lightning-For
added protection lor this video product
during a lightning storm, o1"when it is left unattended and
unused fbr long periods of time, unplug it from the wall
outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will
prevent damage to the video product due to lightning and
power-line surges.
15.Power Lines-An outside antenna system should not be
located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other
electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such
power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna
system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might
be fatal.
16.Overloading-Do
not overload wall outlets and extension
cords as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
17.Object and Liquid Entry-Never push objects of any kind
into this video product through any openings as they may
touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could
result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any
kind on the video product.
18.Servicing-Do
not attempt to service this video product
yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you
to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Reler all servicing
to qualified service personnel.
d. If the video product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls
that ale covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage
and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the video product to its normal operation.
e. If the video product has been dropped or damaged in any
way.
f. When the video product exhibits a distinct change in
performance-this
indicates a need for service.
20.Replacement
Parts-When replacement parts are required,
be sure the service technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions
may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
21.Safety
to this
satety
proper
Check-Upon
completion of any service or repairs
video product, ask the service technician to perform
checks to determine that the video product is in
operating condition.
22.Heat-This
video product should be situated away from
heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
19.Damage
Requiring
Service-Unplug
this video product
fiom the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel under the fi_llowing conditions:
a. When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the
video product.
c. If the video product has been exposed to rain or water.
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PRECAUTIONS
For safe operation and optimum performance of your
VCR, keep the following in mind when selecting a place
for its installation:
• Shield it from direct sunlight and keep it away from
sources of intense heat.
• Avoid dusty or humid places.
• Avoid places with insufficient ventilation for proper
heat dissipation. Do not block the ventilation holes
on the sides of the VCR.
• Install unit in a horizontal position.
FCC WARNING- This equipment may generate
or use radio frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this equipment may cause harmful interference unless the modifications are expressly
approved in the instruction manual. The user
could lose the authority to operate this equipment
if an unauthorized
change or modification
is
made.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK,
MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE
SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
ATTENTION: POUR I_VITER LES CHOC ELECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS
LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER
JUSQU'AU FOND.
• Avoid locations subject to strong vibration.
• Do not place the VCR near strong magnetic fields.
• Avoid moving VCR to locations where temperature
differences are extreme.
• Do not place the VCR directly on top of the TV.
IMPORTANT
• Do not handle the power cord with wet hands.
• Do not pull on the power cord when disconnecting
from AC wall outlet. Grasp it by the plug.
it
• If, by accident, water is spilled on your VCR, unplug
the power cord immediately and take the unit to our
Authorized Service Center for servicing.
• Do not put your fingers or objects into the VCR cassette holder.
• Do not place anything directly on top of the VCR.
COPYRIGHT
INFORMATION
Unauthorized recording or use of broadcast television programming, video tape, film or other copyrighted material may violate applicable copyright
laws. We assume no responsibility for the unauthorized duplication, use, or other acts which infringe
upon the rights of copyright owners.
ANOTEABOUTRECYCLING
This product's packaging materials are recyclable
and can be reused. Please dispose of any materials in
accordance with your local recycling regulations.
Batteries should never be thrown away or incinerated
but disposed of in accordance with your local regulations concerning chemical wastes.
Moisture condensation may occur inside the unit when
it is moved from a cold place to a warm place, or after
heating a cold room or under conditions of high humidity. Do not use the VCR at least for 2 hours until its inside
is dry.
The serial number of this product may be found on the back of the VCR. No other VCR has the same serial number
as yours. You should record the number and other vital information here and retain this book as a permanent record
of your purchase to aid identification in case of theft. Serial numbers are not kept on file.
Date of Purchase
Dealer Purchase from
Dealer Address
Dealer Phone No.
Model No.
Serial No.
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TABLE
OF CONTENTS
•
IMPORTANTSAFEGUARDS
•
PRECAUTIONS
INDICE
.................................................
........................................................................
LOCATION .............................................................................................
AVOID THE HAZARDS
WARNING
OF ELECTRICAL
FEATURES
•
SUPPLIED
•
VIDEO
CASSETTE
•
OPERA
TING
•
PREPARATION
EONTRO_
FOR
ANTENNA/CABLE
AND
USE
CONNECTING
INSTALLING
CLOCK
10
................................................
29
29
ADVERTENCIA
29
...................................................................................
.......................................................
•
INFORMACI6NACERCA
DE _S
CINTAS
DE
VIDEOCASETE
......................................................................
•
CONTROLES
•
PREPARACION
AJUSTE
14
.........................................................
PARA
•
ALAS
PARA
16
REPETICION
16
SELECCION
NORMAL
PLAYBACK
PICTURE
17
•
BI3SQUEDA
STILL PICTURE ...................................................................................
17
NOISE CANCEL
17
COUNTER
MEMORY
SPECIAL
P_YBACK
REPEAT
PICTURE
............................................................
•
ON SCREEN
•
SPECIAL
19
34
DE IMAGEN ...................................................................
34
34
DURING
OF YOUR
20
................
20
ANOTHER
RECORDING
..............
RECORDING
TAPE.
.............................................
...................................................
AUTOMATICA
DE IMAGEN
GRABACION
GRABACION
21
PARA COMPROBAR
GRABACION
23
GRABACION
25
CONSEJOS
COPIADO
35
DE LA REPRODUCCION
................
..................................................................
35
EL PROGRESO
DE SU GRABACION
TEMPORIZADOR
AUTOMATICA
UNA
VIDEOCINTA
36
36
..................
CON TEMPORIZADOR
36
.......... 36
................................
CON TEMPORIZADOR
PARA LA GRABAC[ON
35
35
SE VE OTRO.,...
de un toque) ................................................................
CON
DE
................................................
MIENTRAS
35
35
DEL MISMO PROGRAMA .......................
LA GRABACION
DE UN PROGRAMA
OTR (Grabaci6n
•
34
.............................................
..........................................................................
20
22
............................................................
ESPECIAL
SALTO DURANTE
22
.................................................
REPRODUCCION
VISION Y GRABAC[ON
..... 20
............................................................
TIMER RECORDING
•
...............................................................
DEL CONTADOR
SELECCION
..................
RECORDING
DE SEGUIMIENTO
REPETIC[ON
20
THE SAME PROGRAM
WHILE VIEWING
•
19
................................................................
....
36
37
.....................................
37
......................................
38
DISP_
Y..........................................................
25
FEATURES
............................................................
25
VISUALIZACION
25
26
FUNCIONES ESPECIALES
.................................................
38
CONTAOGR DE CINTA DETIEMPO REAL .................................... 38
REBOBINAI)O AUTOMATICO .......................................................
38
26
MANTENIMIENTO
REAL TIME TAPE COUNTER
AUTO REWIND
..........................................................
...................................................................................
GUIDE
25
•
TROUBLESHOOTING
•
MAINTENANCE
•
SPECIFICATIONS
.................................................................
27
•
CABLE
............................................
DESIGNA
27
.....................................................................
CHANNEL
WARRANTY
34
..............................................................
IMAGEN FDA .......................................................................................
CANCELACION
DE RUIDOS
MEMORIA
19
.............................................................
THE PROGRESS
A VIDEO
34
34
ONE PROGRAM
HINTS FOR TIMER
COPYING
33
AJUSTE
SOME MATERIALS
•
.................................................................
18
PLAYBACK
RECORDING
33
............................
34
34
..........................................................................
AUTOMATIC
33
................................................................
NORMAL
33
(En el modo de imagen Eja) ...................................................................
CONTROL DE RETENCION
VERTICAL ..........................................
SKIPPING
TIMER
32
[8
.........................................................................
OTR [One Touch Recording)
.........................
18
AND RECORDING
TO MONITOR
32
32
....................................
DE CANALES
32
...........................................................
VIEWING
RECORDING
32
...............................................................
SELECT ...............................................................................
RECORDING
31
..................................................................
17
ADJUSTMENT
(Automdtica)
30
31
.....................................
UTILIZACION
CANALES
REPRODUCCION
SEARCH ..............................................................................
HOLD CONTROL
_
DEL ID[OMA
REPRODUCCION
(in the Still mode) ...................................................
......
.........................
................................................
DE ENTRADA
DE PREPARACION
17
AUTO
.......................................................................
FUNCIONES
EN HORA DEL RELOJ ........................................................
SET UP AGAIN ................................................................
.............................................................................
30
CH3/CH4 ..........................................
DE CANALES
PARA BORRAR
.........................................................
TOMAS
30
A/V ...............................................................................
DE LAS PILAS ..........................................................
PREPARACION
PUESTA
Y SUS
UTILIZACION
DEL CON MUTADOR
PREPARACION
15
_
DE ANTENA/CABLE
TERMINALES
INSTALACION
14
.......................................
DE OPERACION
CONEXION
13
..................................................................
SUMINISTRADOS
16
P_YBACK
29
EVITE LOS PELIGROS DE DESCARDAS ELI_CTRICAS E
INCENDIOS ..........................................................................................
...................................................................
TRACKING
•
...................................................................
CONEXIONES
13
THE LANGUAGE
28
UBICACION ..........................................................................................
ACCESORIOS
I0
................................................................................
CHANNELS
VERTICAL
•
8
13
USE
SELECTING
•
.....................
SET UP ...................................................................................
CHANNEL
•
FUNCTIONS
.............................
•
7
TO INPUT JACKS .....................................................
SET UP (Automatic)
TO DELETE
•
.........................
13
THE BATTERIES
UPFOR
CHANNEL
6
....................................................
A/V TERMINALS
SWITCH
PRECAUCIONES
SUSEGURIDAD
6
....................................................
CONNECTIONS
S E'Iq'ING THE CH3/CH4
SET
INFORMATION
•
4
....................................................
TAPE
IMPORTANTEPARA
AND FIRE ....,, 4
...............................................................................
ACCESSORIES
•
4
4
..............................................................................................
•
•
SHOCK
2
TIONS
.......................................................
..................................
BACK
EN PANTAL_
...............................................................
GUIA PARA LOCALIZACION
Y SOLUCION
DE
PROBLEMAS
.........................................................................
39
39
COVER
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FEATURES
• Bilingual on-screen menu display selectable in
English or Spanish
• Infrared remote control
• Real time tape counter- This shows the elapsed recording or playback time in hours, minutes, and seconds. (Does not work in blank areas of the tape)
• 181 channelcapability PLLfrequencysynthesizer
tuner with direct station call- (A converter may
be necessary to view scrambled cable channels.)
• Auto counter reset(Automatically
resets tape
counter "0:00:00" when a tape is inserted.)
• Direct Button Operation-When
a tape is in the
VCR and the power is off, just press the PLAY, REWIND o1"F.FWD button on the main unit and it will
automatically turn on the VCR and perform the desired function. (Does not occur when using the timer
• Digital Auto Tracking (DTR)- Automatically
justs the tracking for each tape you play.
ad-
• Picture Select- Allows you to select the picture
quality of a tape.
• OTR (One Touch Recording)- Instant
timed recording for 30 to 480 minutes is possible at the push
of the REC/OTR button.
• Auto Head Cleaner- Automatically
cleans video
heads as you insert or remove a cassette.
recording).
• 2 Step Picture Search Operation- You can view a
video program at a high speed or super high speed in
either a forward or reverse direction in LP and SLP mode.
PART
• Still- "Freeze" the picture at any time, for close
viewing of a particular scene. Only tapes recorded in
SLP mode will show a fairly clear picture.
• 1 Year, 7 events (including Daily and Weekly Timer
Recording)- The built-in timer allows you to record
up to 7 programs at different times on different channels
up to I year in advance. The daily timer allows recordings to be made of daily broadcasts from Monday
through Friday, and the weekly timer allows recording
to be made once a week up to the end oftbe tape.
• Auto rewind when the end of a tape is reached(Does not occur when using the timer recording).
Coaxial Cable
• Two different recording tape speeds : SP/SLP
• Auto Repeat- Allows you to repeat the playing of a
tape indefinitely without pressing the PLAY button.
• Auto power on and off system- A u t o m at i c a I I y
turns the VCR when you insert the cassette, turns off
after auto-rewind, and ejects when the beginning of
the tape is reached.
SUI'IqAEI)
• Three different playback tape speeds : SP/LP/SLP
• S-VHS Quasi Playback (SQPB)- Allows
you
to
view a tape recorded in S-VHS format.
ACCESSORIES
Batteries
(AAx 2)
Remote Control Unit
NO.
(W PZ0102LGtX)6/
PA RT N O.
WPZ0102TM012)
(N9325U D)
• If you need to replace these accessories,
968-3429.
please refer to the PART NO. under the illustrations and call 1-800-
• Depending on yourantenna system, you may need different typesofCombiners(Mixer)orSeparators(Splitter).
Contact your local electronics store lklr these items.
• We do no[ recolnlnend tile use of universal remote COlltl'ols. Not all of the I:unctious may be controlled with a
tmiversal rcinote control.
If you decide to use a universal remote control with this unit, please be aware that the code number given may
not operute this unit. In this case, please call tile manufacturer of the universal remote control.
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VIDE()
CASSETTE
TAPE INF()RMATION
This VCR will operate with any cassette that has the _
mark. For best results, we recommend
high-quality tapes. Do not use poor quality or damaged tapes.
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RE.'qO VIS(;
• Avoid moisture. Moisture condensation may occur
on the tape if it is moved from a cold place to a warm
place or visa versa. Before using a tape with these
conditions, to avoid damage of the tape and yomVCR, wait until the tape has warmed to room temperature and the moisture has evaporated.
• Avoid extreme
fields.
heat, high humidity
the use of
I ( 'A'_S/:'TT!:
I ) In the Stop mode, press the EJECT button on the remote control or press the STOP/EJECT button on the
VCR. The cassette will be ejected.
2) Ptfll the cassette out of the cassette compartment.
3) Store the cassette in its case as shown.
and magnetic
• Do not tamper with the cassette mechanism.
• Do not touch the tape with your fingers.
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I_'IFI:t:;RI:*\
T 71_PI:
5PII;DS,
Before recording, select the tape speed from : SP mode
(Standard Play) or SLP mode (Super Long Play).
I:'R i_,t:
The table below shows the maximum recording/playback time using T60, TI20 or TI60 tapes in each mode.
Tape Speed
Recordlng/Playback
T 120
SP mode
I hour
2 hours
2-2/3 hours
SLP mode
3 hours
6 hours
8 hours
I/:'\
? t(_"
You can prevent accidental
erasing of a recording by
breaking off the tab on the
back edge of the cassette.
Time
T60
Type of tape
PRt
T 160
If you decide to record on
the tape again, cover the
hole with plastic tape.
Note: You can play back a tape recorded in LP mode
(Long Play).
\Plastic
INSERI'ING
Tape
A CAS,h'ET'TI(
Insert the cassette in the direction as shown. Push in
gently, but continuously, on the center-back of the cassette until it is drawn into the VCR.
The VCR will automatically
turn on.
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OPERATING
CONTROLS
AND FUNCTIONS
NOTE:
• We do not recommend the use of universal remote controls. Not all of the functions may be controlled with a
universal remote control.
If you decide to use a universal remote control with this unit, please be aware that the code number given may
not operate this unit. In this case, please call the manufacturer of the universal remote control.
--VCR
FRONT
1
PANEL--
234
T_
S_EEp
C_EL*
:
6
--REMOTE
7
10
R7
EJECT
5. F.FWD button- Press to rapidly advance the tape, or
view the picture rapidly in forward during playback.
(Forward Search)
I_ button- When setting program (For example:
setting clock or timer program), press to determine
your selection and proceed to the next step you want
to input. Press to determine setting modes from on
screen menu. Press to add or delete channel numbers
--21
--20
4
--5
•
16
2
3
RECORO
12
10
•
SP_ED P_FJSIIU
--14
PICTURE
SELECT
17
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4. PLAY button- Press to begin playback.
• button- Press to enter digits when setting program (For example: setting clock or timer program).
Press to select setting modes from on screen menu.
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_
12
STOP button- Press to stop the tape motion.
• button- Press to enter digits when setting program (For example: setting clock or timer program).
Press to select setting modes from on screen menu.
m3
MENU
11
3. EJECT button- Press to remove the tape from the
VCR.
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8
CONTROL--
POWER
5
AUTO
CLOCFJ
REPEAT COUhTER
during channel preset.
6. POWER button- Press
--19
_-18
to turn VCR on and off.
Press to activate timer recording.
7. VCR/TV button-
Press to select TV or VCR mode.
VCR position: to view playback, to monitor video
recordings or watch TV using the VCR tuner.
1. Cassette Compartment
2. REW(IND) button- Press to rewind the tape, or to
view the picture rapidly in reverse during the playback mode• (Rewind Search)
TV position: to watch TV or to view one program
while recording another.
8o
• button- Press to cuncel a setting of timer program. Press to correct digits when setting program
(For example: setting clock or timer program). Press
to add or delete channel numbers during channel preset.
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Remote sensor window- Receives
the infrared
signals from the remote control.
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9. Indicators
POWER indicator- Indicates that the power
turned on.
VCR/TV indicatorVCR position.
TAPE IN indicatorthe VCR.
is
16. DISPLAY button- Displays the counter or the current channel number and the current time on the TV
screen. (only on the remote control)
Indicates that the VCR is in the
17. PICTURE SELECT button- Press to select the Nor-
18. AUTO REPEAT button- Press to repeat playback
automatically. (only on the remote control)
TIMER indicator- Indicates that the timer recording
or OTR has been set.
19. CLOCK/COUNTER button- Press to display or alternate between clock and counter on the TV screen.
RECORD indicator- Indicates that it is recording.
Flashes when a recording has been paused.
10. TAPE SPEED button-
(only on the remote control)
Press to choose the desired
20. COUNTER MEMORY button-
recording speed : SP/SLP.
11. CHANNEL buttons-
Press
to select
21. COUNTER RESET button-
22. Powercord-
Connect
to a standard
AC outlet
(I 20V/60Hz).
23. AUDIO OUT jack- Connect to the audio input jack
of your audio equipment or another VCR.
Recording,
13. MENU button- Press to display the menu on the TV
screen. Press to exit the menu on the TV screen,
14. PAUSE/STILL button- Press to temporarily
stop
the tape during recording or to view a still picture
during playback.
15. NUMBER buttons-
on the TV
screen. (only on the remote control)
Press for manual recording.
One Touch
Press to reset counter
to 0:00:00. (only on the remote control)
EXIT button- Press to exit the menu
Press to stabilize the picture in the Still mode when
the picture begins to vibrate vertically.
OTR button- Activates
(only on the VCR)
Press to set counter
memory on and off. (only on the remote control)
the desired
channels for viewing or recording.
Tracking function- Pressto minimize video 'noise'
(lines or dots on screen) during playback.
12. RECORD button-
mal, Soft or Sharp mode during playback.
(only on the remote control)
Indicates that there is a tape in
Press to select desired channels
24. AUDIO IN jack- Connect to the audio output jack of
your audio equipment or another VCR.
25. ANT. IN terminal- Connect to an antenna, CATV or
Satellite system.
26. VIDEO OUT jack- Connect to the video input jack
of your video camera or another VCR.
for viewing or recording. To select channels from I 27. VIDEO IN jack- Connect to the video output jack of
to 9, first press "0" button then I to 9.
your video camera or another VCR.
÷100 button- When selecting cable channels which
are higher than 99, press this button first, then press
28. CH3/CH4 selector switch- Use to select
output channel (3 or 4) lbr VCR playback.
the last two digits. (To select channel 125, first press
"+100" button then press "2" and "5").
29. ANT. OUT terminal- Connects to the antenna input
terminal on your TV.
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PREPARATION
FOR USE
For stone of the most common types of connections, please follow the drawings below. Use only one connection.
For any further complex connections, please contact your local dealer or other qualified persons. (You may need
additiomd accessories which are not supplied).
,,
;
'(
?
t
I Fill.l: Indoor Antenna
I
[Back of the
UHF/VHF combinationTV]
]Back of the VCR]
[Indoor antenna]
(New Style)
J (VO "'A T'IN
H ©
\ /
ANt
I
_kJ
(notsupplied}
I'-_=_
I
l
l
\'_W'_I
I
O UHFNHF
I II
,_,_C_a2_,_2_,'e
I II _t:x:_---J
f_ t_ H
_k-t#_
II
Lsupp
,,eot
I OR
-'
OR
UHF/VHF separator
(Bottom Jack)
_[S]"
Coaxial cable
(supplied)
II
[Baokofthe
UHFNHF separated TV]
(OldStyle)
--
I_--it¢
_
o UHF
OUHF
_"_
You can record one channel while viewing another. The same goes for Automatic Timer Recording and One Touch
Recording. For details, please refer to "Recording" on page 20.
Note: The connection
I Fig.2: VHF/UHF
of an indoor antenna with a VCR may not always give acceptable
Combination
TV reception.
Antenna or Cable from the Cable Company
]Back of the
UHF/VHF combination TV]
[Cable
company]
]Back of the VCB]
_
[VHF/UHF combinationantenna]
(New Style)
[I
To VCR's ANT.IN
,not
supp,,ed[
f--"O" III
_
Matching transformer
I
_€/,.x_
|
X'X'_'_II
--
f _,w_
UHF/VHF separated TV]
_.,_-_-II'P-I
(Old
Style)
OR
UHFNHF separator
[supplied)
Recording
record one channel while viewing Bnother.
The stnlle goe_,
For details, please refer to Rcco'di ]g' _ ] p gc 20.
Continued
_supp,,eo,
[Baeko.ho
OR
-
Coaxial
cable
YOLI can
Coax a cable
ItI/ t'-':]_-j
--
I _qb:_-'I _"
I
__
for
Atltomatic
Tinier Recording
and One
Touch
on the next page.
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I Fig.3: VHF/UHF
Separate Antenna
[UHF antenna]
[Back of the
UHFNHF combination TV]
(New Style)
[Back of the VCR]
To VCR's ANT.IN
,,* (Top Jack)
O
UHFNHF
UHFA/HF
combiner
[supplied)
OR
[Back of the
UHFNHF separated TV]
UHF/VHF separator
(not supplied)
TOVCR's ANT.OUT
tHF
(Bottom Jack)
JHF
(supplied)
(_
You can record one channel while viewing another. The same goes for Automatic Timer Recording and One Touch
Recording. For details, please refer to "Recording" on page 20.
J Fi9.4: Cable Box and Satellite Box
J
(Back of the
UHF/VHF combination TV]
(New Style)
[Back of the VCR]
[Cable Box or Satellite Box]
IN Jack
UHFNHF
III
(supplied)
OR
Y
l
_,ml_E_._
UHFNHF separator
(not supplied)
To VCR's ANT.OUT
(Bottom Jack)
(Back of the
UHFNHF separated TV]
(Old Style)
II
©
(supplied)
You can ONLY record and view the SAME channel when using this connection.
same goes for Automatic Timer Recording and One Touch Recording.
Note: Channel memory programming
Ri:'(ORI)L\(,
tlI'\
There are no exceptions.
The
is NOT needed when using this connection.
IS
I) Be sure to check that the POWER and the VCR,rFV indicators are both on.
2) Turn on the TV and Cable Box or Satellite Box.
3) Set the channel to be recorded on the Cable Box or Satellite Box.
4) Set the TV and VCR to channel 3 or 4.
5) Set the CH3/CH4 switch on the back of the VCR to match the channel set oil the TV and VCR.
6) Press the RECORD button. For AUTOMATIC
at step [91 on page 23.
Continued
TIMER RECORDING,
the VCR must stay on channel 3 or 4
on the next page.
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Some customers with cable boxes may record one channel and view another, with either one of the connections
below.
Satellite systems: Neither of these connections below will work. For satellite owners wishing to record one channel
and view another, please contact the manufacture of the satellite system.
]Fi9 .s:
I
I I Fig-O:
From the Cable Company
From the Cable Company
,_[
IOH OH'' ,
2way signal splitter ]
[Back
of the VCR }
coaxial cable (not supplie!
coaxial cable
(nol supplied)
(not supplied)
[ Back of the Cable Box ] ou_
[ Back of the Cable Box }
coaxial cable (not supp_
coaxial cable
[ Back of the VCR ]
_l_oaxial
cable (not supplied)
On older TVs a matching
(not supplied)
_[
_--
A / B switch ] (not supplied)
[ Back of the TV 1
coaxial cable (supplied)
On older TVS a matching
_
,.F
This connection is good only if none of your channels
are scrambled. You can record one channel while viewing another.
[Back of the TV]
RL(
You can record a scrambled
other.
RI:'CORI)ING
transforrr
may be needed here.
coaxial cable (not suppfiedr_
nee _re_d
h'e°rrem_'rnot
aY bp/iedi
(supplied)
ORIIIAG
HL\
1,_
channel while viewing anI) Be sure to check that the POWER and the VCR/TV
indicators are both on.
2) Turn on the TV and Cable Box.
'3) Set the channel to be recorded on the VCR.
HL V""
15
1) Be sure to check that the POWER and the VCR/TV
indicators are both on.
2) Turn on the TV and Cable Box.
3) Set the channel to be recorded on the Cable Box.
4) Set the TV and Cable Box to channel 3 or 4.
Set the CH3/CH4 switch on the back of the VCR to
5)
match the channel set on the TV.
6) To view ONE channel while recording ANOTHER,
4) Set the TV and VCR to channel 3 or 4.
the VCR/TV indicator must be off.
5) Set the CH3/CH4 switch on the back of the VCR to
match the channel set on the TV and VCR.
Or for AUTOMATIC
TIMER RECORDING, the
VCR/TV indicator must be off after step [ I 1] on page
23.
6) Press the RECORD button. For AUTOMATIC
TIMER RECORDING, the VCR must stay on channel 3 or 4 at step [91 on page 23.
7) Set the A-B switch to the other side. For AUTOMATIC TIMER RECORDING, set the A-B switch
to the other side after step [ 12] on page 23.
8) Select the channel to be viewed on the TV.
Note:
7) Set the channel to be viewed on the Cable Box.
Note:
If you wish to view the VCR menu, what you are
recording or play a tape with this connection,
make sure the A-B switch is on the correct side.
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If you wish to view the VCR menu, what you are
recording or play a tape with this connection, the
VCR/TV indicator must be turned on and the Cable Box channel must match the channel selected
on the back of the VCR. (CH 3 or4)
Note to CATV system installer
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system
installer's attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that
provides guidelines for propel- grounding and, in
particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be
connected to the grounding system of the building,
as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
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Notes:
If your TV does not have A/V terminals:
• "Lineln Rear (L I )" is found betbre the lowest memorized channel. (Example: CH2)
When the VCR is in the Playback mode or when the
VCR is in the VCR position, your TV will receive signals from the VCR on either channel 3 or 4.
• When the TV screen displays "Lineln Rear (L1)", its
background will be blue.
To use the VCR with your TV, set the selector switch to
CH3 or CH4 (which is located in the back of your VCR),
whichever is not used for normal broadcasts in your
area. Then set your TV to the same channel.
©
If your TV has A/V input jacks, you may connect your
VCR's AUDIO/VIDEO
OUTPUT
jacks to the
audio/video input jacks on back of your TV.
OH3
Direct audio/video connections usually result in a better
picture and sound quality for tape playback. Please see
your TV's owner's manual for A/V input connections.
CH4
I
IFi9"8:
[Back of the VCR]
AudioNideo"Y"adaptercord
(not supplied}
Backofthe VCR]
AUDIO
When you copy a video tape, or watch a program recorded on an another source, use the audio/video input
jacks.
I
I Fi917:
[Another source]
Totheaudio
outputjack [Back of the VCR]
UDI
0
[_
AudioNideo
cables
I (not supplied)
I ) Open the battery compartment cover by pressing the
cover on the remote unit in the direction of the arrow.
etc. !
2) Insert 2 "AA" penlight batteries into the battery compartment in the direction indicated by the polarity
(+/-) markings.
To the video output jack
IA t'I,'T 31:LL(J I
3) Replace the cover.
I ) Be sure to check that the POWER and the VCR/TV
indicators are both on.
2) Turn on the TV and set the TV to channel 3 or 4. Now
set the switch on the back of the VCR to match the
channel selected on the TV.
3) Connect the audio/video cables to the audio/video
input jacks on the back of the VCR. Now connect the
other end of the cables to the audio/video output jacks
on the sotn'ce.
4) Press the CHANNEL A or V button to select "Lineln
Rear (LI)", which will appear on the TV screen.
You may also select the "Lincln Rear (LI)" setting
by pressing "00" with the number buttons on the remote control.
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SI.I tIP FOR
Yon can pl-ograul
receive
in your
[he tuner
1o scan only
the channels
you
3
area.
TuI_ on the VCJq
Press the POWER button to turn on the VCR. Both the
POWER indicator and the VCR/TV indicator on the
VCR come on.
NOTES:
• Channel
memory
programming
is NOT
needed when connected to a cable box or satellite box as in Fig 4 on page II or Fig 5 on
page 12. In this case with your remote, select the
VCR to channel 3 or 4 the same channel as located on the back ofVCR (CH3 or CH4). Then
the channel you wish to record or view may be
selected on the cable box or satellite box.
©
Select
"ENGLISH"
or
"ESPAI'_OL"=Spanish using the
PLAY/A or STOP/• button.
Then, press the F.FWD/I_
LANGUAGESELECl
E_GUSH
[ONI
ESPANOL
but-
Ion.
• Follow the steps below once• Repeat it only if
there is a power failure or if the VCR is unplugged
for more than 30 seconds. (In these cases, the programmed channels are erased.)
Note: This function effects only the language on tbe
screen nlenu and not the audio source.
• You must follow the steps below bet'ore attempting to play or record a video tape. If you want to
play or record a video tape BEFORE programruing the tuner, you must first turn off the VCR.
Then, press the POWER button again to turn it
back on. To program the tuner again, see "CHANNEL SET UP AGAIN" on page 16.
cH
Press the F.FWD/I_ button once.
The tuner scans and memorizes
all active channels in your area.
_
AUTOSETtJP
01
_ ,
• The VCR distinguishes between standard TV channels and cable channels.
The tuner stops on the lowest
memorized
channel. The TV
screen returns to TV mode.
?
Plug the VCR power cord into a standard AC outlet.
Remember:
USE
• If "AUTO SET UP" appears on the TV screen again,
check the cable connections. Press the F.FWD/I_
button once again and the VCR will begin preset
again.
If your cable box or satellite box is connected as in Fig 4 on page I I or Fig 5 on
page 12, you DO NOT have to set up the
channels. Just select the TV and VCR to
channel
3 or 4 and also have the
CH3/CH4 switch on the back of the VCR
to match the channel you selected (CH 3
or CH 4). Now select the Box to the channel you wish to view or record.
CH 01 1
tO
W, I I,(
I 4 !)1 _'lRI.'l,!
( ttANNI:L
You can select the desired channel by using the CHANNEL • or • button or directly pressing number buttons
on the remote control.
Note for using number buttons:
Turn
on tile
TV
and
set the CH3/CH4
set the
TV
to chnnllel
3 Ol- 4.
Now
switch on tile back of tile VCR to
Inatch the channel sulcclcd on thc TV.
yc_
/tmJ
I
• When selecting cable channels which are higher than
99, press the + 100 button first, then press the last two
digits. (Exmnple: to select channel 125, first press the
+100 button then press "2" and "5").
• You tnust precede single-digit channel numbers with
a zero (For cxample: 02, 03, 04 and so on).
{Back of
the VCR]
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Set the clock accurately for proper automatic timer i'ecording. We suggest that you use u TV or radio station
as your time source•
Press the PLAY/A or STONY
button until the desired year appears. (Example: 2000)
In the example belom the clock is to be set to:
DATE
March 20th, 2000
SETF1NG TIME
5:40PM
Then, press the EFWD/I_
• When the VCR is in the Menu mode, the lbllowing buttons on_ work (PLAY/I, F.FWD,_', REW(IND)/_I.
STOP/V, RESET/EXIT, POWER and MENU).
• Be sure to check that the POWER and the VCR/TV
indicators are both on.
• Turn on the TV and set the TV to channel
3 or4. Now set the CH3/CH4 switch on
the back of the VCR to match the Channel selected on the TV.
[Backof
the YON
Press
the MENU
button.
I
CLOCKSEr
button.
Press the PLAY/A or STOWV
button until the desired minute
appears. (Example:
AM'p_
button.
Press the PLAY/A or STOP/V
button until the desired hour appears. (Example: 05)
Then, press the EFWD/I_
HOURMINUTE
MO,'IT_I_AV
2O
¥E_
_O_
20O0
HOtJR _IN_JTE
AM P_
MONTH t_*,¥
¥E_,R
40)
Then, press the EFWD/ll,. button.
The
MCO_TH DAY
"EAR
H_
*,M pM
"CLOCK SET" menu appears.
M_NUrE
<
• The number buttons on the remote control do not
work in this Menu mode.
_•r•;
•
Press the PLAY/_ or STOP/V
button to point to "AM" or "PM".
(Example: PM)
03
?0
MeN
_OU_ MINUTE
ctoc_
_000
AMpM
SET
• When you press the F.FWD/I_" button during steps
[2] to [6], you may forward to next step.
• Press the REW(IND)/_I button to go back one step
from current step during steps [3] to [7].
M rH _A¥
_
• 03
_
YEAR
_
AM_M
Mb_UTE
• When unphigging the AC-cord or if there is a power
faihire for more than 30 seconds, you may have to
reset the clock.
Then, the press F.FWDRI" button.
• If the display shows an abnormal reading or no reading. unplug the power cord for more than 30 seconds.
Then plug it back in and reset clock.
t
Press the PLAY/A or STOP/V
button repeatedly until the desired day appears.
(Example: 20th --_ 20)
Then,
press the F.FWD/I_
or F.FWD/II_ button.
Although seconds are not displayed, they begin counting from 00 when you press the RESET/EXIT
or
F.FWD/I_ button. Use this feature to synchronize the
clock with the correct time.
CtOCKSEr
Press the PLAY/A or STOP/V
button repeatedly until the desired month appears.
(Example: March --_ 03)
Press the RESET/EXIT
*(
HOUIIMINUrE
I
cLoc K 8E_
AM_'M
1
I ) Press the MENU
2) Press
bntlon.
the
bntton until the main menu appears.
PI,AY/I
or
STOP/V
butlOll Io iroinl to
"(?LOCK
SET". Thcn, prcss
Ihc I_'.FWI)/II " bulloll.
3) Follow steps 121to 181
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NOTE:
To confirm that channel(s) has been deleted or
added, press the CHANNEL'& or • button.
The channels you no longer receive or seldom watch can
be deleted from the memory. (Of course, you can later
add the deleted channel into the memory again.)
• Be sure to check that the POWER and the VCR/TV
indicators are both on.
• Turn on the TV and set the TV to channel
3 or 4. Now set the CH3/CH4 switch on
the back of the VCR to match the channel
selected on the TV.
Remember:
[Sackof
theVCR]
to match the channel you selected (CH 3
or CH 4). Now select the Box to the channel you wish to view or record.
TIMEn PnO'SRA_IN6
AUTO R_PEAT
0+_1
PlCTURESELEC
CHANNELSETUP
CLOCK SET
LAV'3OAGESELECT
Press the MENU button until the
main menu appears.
If your cable box or satellite box is connected as in Fig 4 on page I I or Fig 5 on
page 12, you DO NOT have to set up the
channels. Just select the TV and VCR to
channel
3 or 4 and also have the
CH3/CH4 switch on the back of the VCR
I ) Press the MENU button until the main menu appears.
MENO
2) Press the PLAY/A or STOP/V button to point to
"CHANNEL SET UP". Then, press the F.FWDt_. but-
1
ton.
Press the PLAY/A or STOP/Y button to point to "CHANNEL SET UP". Then, press the EFWD,9,- button.
_ -[ec
Then, press the E.EWD/II_ button.
AUTOSETUp
Press the number buttons or the
PLAY/A or STOP/V button until
your desired channel number appears, (Example: CH30)
¢HANN_LSETUp
]
UANOALSETUP
@CANNEL20
TV
¢t%
_7 D -lore it from memo W
Press the EFWD/I_ or REW(IND)/<I
"DELETE" flashes on the TV screen.
button so that
I) Press the MENU button until the main menu appears.
2) Press the PLAY/& or STOP/•
button to point to
"LANGUAGE
SELECT".
Then,
press
the
F.FW D/I_ button.
"ENGLISH"
or
"ESPAIqOL"= Spanish using
the PLAY/A or STOP/• but-
button
.- _,_,_. _
.......
ton,
•..,.._,_.,<_E,,,,
4) Press the RESET/EXIT button to return to TV mode.
CTV]
_EtEt_
_ANUAUSErU
Note: This function effects only the language on the
screen menu and not the audio source.
L^t,_3t_,GE SELECT
• If you press the F.FWD/II_ or REW(IND)/<I
again, the channel is memorized again.
30
............
If you want to change the language on the TV screen,
follow the steps below:
3) Select
• To delete another channel, repeat steps [4] and [5].
¢HAN_EL
/
• The VCR distinguishes between standard TV channels and cable channels.
MANUALSETUP
f
¢
"AUTO SET UP" is
F.FWDAID" button. After scanpointed
to, then press the [" _'_'[_
ning, the tuner stops at the lowest memorized channel.
I_ANtJA_ S_ i bP
Press the PLAY/& or STOP/Y button to point to "MANUAL SET UP".
I
3) Confirm
p
DELETED
-
Press the RESET/EXIT
- MEMORIZED
-
NOTE: If tot some reason the menu is in Spanish, press
the MENU button until the main menu appears, press the
PLAY/_ button to point to "SELEC. IDIOMA", press the
EFWD,'I_" button, press the PLAY/A button to point to
"ENGLISH", then press the RESET/EXIT button.
button to return to TV mode.
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PLAYBACK
• Be sure to check that the POWER and the VCR/TV
indicators are both on.
• Turn on the TV and set the TV to channel
3 or 4. Now set the CH3/CH4 switch on le_N4l
the back of the VCR to match the channel
selected on the TV.
[Backof
This feature is very useful in finding or skipping over a
particular scene on a tape. In this mode, the sound will
be muted.
r_
I ) You may view a video tape at a high speed in either
a lorward or reverse direction by pressing the F.FWD
or REW(IND) button. (in the SP / LP / SLP modes)
the VCR]
2) Press it again and the VCR will now search in super
high speed. (in the LP / SLP modes only)
Counter mode appears at counter 0:00:00 on the TV
screen. If the erase-protection tab has been removed, the
VCR will start playback automatically.
_o _egin payback
2
Press
You can view a still picture on the TV screen during
playback (the Still mode). Press the PAUSE/STILL button during playback. Press the PLAY button to return to
playback.
the PLAY button.
NOTE:
If any menu is activated on the TV screen, the
PLAY button does not function. Press the RESET/EXIT button to clear the menu. Then,
press the PLAY button.
lf a tape is already
in the VCR with power
off
Just press the PLAY button on the VCR. Power will
automatically turn on and playback will start. (Direct
Button Operation)
2B)
• Usually there will be video "noise" lines (black and
white streaks or dots) on the screen. This is nornlah
If the tape was originally recorded in SP or LP mode,
the still picture will, in addition to the "noise" lines,
be black and white.
This is not a fault of the machine but is a by-product of the technology involved in producing a 2
Head VCR with SP and LP mode.
Usng button o_ the V(J_
2\i
3) Press the PLAY button to return to normal speed.
• If it is left in the Still mode for more than five minutes, the VCR will automatically switch to the Stop
mode.
U._ng button on the remote cont _
Press the POWER button to turn on the VCR, and
then press the PLAY button on the remote control.
_¢ To s_op playback
This feature allows you to reposition or reduce the noise
lines of a still picture.
Press the STOP button.
Press the PAUSE/STILL button repeatedly so that the
noise lines change position on the screen aud you can
see the picture in its entirety without distracting noise
lines.
NOTE:
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This tEature can he actiwlted ONLY when you
use a tape recorded in the SLP mode.
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In the Pause/Still mode only, if the picture begins to vibrate vertically, stabilize tbe picture by pressing the
CHANNEL Aor • button.
NOTES:
• If there are video noise lines on the screen, reposition
or reduce them. Refer to "NOISE CANCEL" on page
17.
• If the picture is distorted on rolling vertically, adjust
the vertical hold control on your TV, if equipped.
• Most newer TV's do not have a user adjustable vertical hold control.
Use this feature to memorize the beginning point that
you want to return to. And you can search it easily by
rewinding or fast forwarding.
• Be sure to check that the POWER and tbe VCR/TV
indicators are both on.
• Turn on the TV and set the TV to channel
3 or 4. Now set the CH3/CH4 switcb on
the back of the VCR to rnatch the cham_el
selected on the TV.
• This feature only works with a prerecorded
[Backof
theVCR]
tape.
Insert a prerecorded tape. Rewind or fast forward the
tape to the beginning point at which you want to mark.
• Tracking adjustment will be set automatically (Digital Tracking function) when you start playback.
However when playing pre-recorded tapes or tapes
recorded on nnits other than your own, noise lines
(black and white streaks) may appear on the playback
picture. If this occurs, you can adjust the tracking
control manually by pressing the CHANNEL Aor •
button on the VCR until the streaks disappear.
To return to the DTR function, stop the tape once and
start playback again.
Press the COUNTER RESET button on the remote control. If necessary press the COUNTER
again to reset the counter to 0:00:00.
RESET button
)
Press the COUNTER MEMORY
button on the remote control so
that "M" appears on the TV screen.
• The COUNTER MEMORY button does not function
if the Auto Repeat mode is set to [ON]. In this case.
set the Auto Repeat mode to [OFF].
Press the RECORD or PLAY button•
Press the STOP button when recording or playback is
completed.
Press the REW(IND) (or EFWD) button, the VCR will
stop automatically when the counter has returned to approximately 0:00:00.
NOTE:
Press
conhnl
The disphlyed lime will not cbangc during
bhulk portions on the tape.
the COUNTER
On more information
fer m page 25.
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MEMORY
so that "M" di,valqwars'
concerning
button
on the remote
froln the TV screen.
the display,
please
re-
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S PEC IA ! PI AY BA C K
• Be sure to check that the POWER and the VCR/TV
indicators are both on.
• Turn on the TV and set the TV to channel
3 or 4. Now set the CH3/CH4 switch on
tile back of the VCR to match the channel
selected on the TV.
The VCR has the auto repeat function that allows you
to repeat a tape indefinitely without touching the PLAY
button.
Make sure to insert a prerecorded
[Backof
the VCRI
This function enables you to select the picture quality of
a tape.
• This selection
must be done during playback.
tape.
Begin playback.
T_MEn p_O3RA_aP_mG
AUTO nEP£Ar
[OFF]
PICTURE SELECT
CHANNEL _T Up
CLOCK SET
LAt,_3_A_E SELECT
Press the MENU button until the
main menu appears.
)
Press the MENU button until the
Select "AUTO REPEAT'
Press the PLAY/A
"AUTO REPEAT".
or STOP/V
nlain meuu appears.
button
to point
T,_tER PROGnAMMI_G
AOTO _EPEAT
lOaF I
PncTuRESEtECr
¢HANNELSETUp
MENU
to
Press the PLAY/& oz"STOP/V button to point to "PICTURE SELECT".
3 Begir Auto _>I eat p_a_/b_ck
Press the F.FWD/IP- button so that [ON] will appear next
to "AUTO REPEAT" on the TV screen.
When in Stop mode, Repeat playback mode will start
automatically.
(-:g
¢
,)
r:
press the RE-
Press the F.FWD/I_ button until your desired mode
(NORMAL,
SOFT or SHARP) appears on the TV
screen.
• You may also select Auto Repeat play mode by
pressing the AUTO REPEAT button on the remote
control.
• You uaay also set the Picture Select mode by pressing
the PICTURE SELECT button on the remote control
during playback.
• Once you select the Auto Repeat mode, it stays in
effect even after you turn off the VCR.
• Once you select the Picture Select mode, it stays in
effect even after you turn off the VCR.
• The COUNTER MEMORY button does not function
if the Auto Repeat mode is set to [ON]. In this case,
set the Auto Repeat mode to [OFF].
• To stop playback, press the STOP button.
If the on-screen menu still remains,
SET/EXIT button to exit the menu.
• To stop playback, press the STOP button.
10
I:XIT"
7111: I I'T()
RFF'I,
Power failure:
It"there is a power failure for more than
30 seconds, Picture Select will go to
NORMAL.
I 7 _l(]l_l:"
• Repeat steps [ 1] to U2],and press the F.FWD/I_" button. [OFF] will then appear on the menu. Then, press
the RESET/EXIT button to return to TV mode.
• Or, press the AUTO REPEAT button on]the remote
control again.
Power failure:
If there is a power failure for more than
30 seconds, Auto Repeat Playback will
go to off.
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RECORDING
• Please refer to the connection
you are using,
through pages 10, 11, or 12 on "ANTENNA/CABLE CONNECTIONS"
before continuing.
• Be sure to check that the POWER and the VCR/TV
indicators are both on.
• Turn on the TV and set the TV to channel
3 or 4. Now set the CH3/CH4 switch on
the back of the VCR to match the channel
selected on the TV.
g
Press the PAUSE/STILL button
to temporarily stop recording.
Press the PAUSE/STILL or RECORD button to resume recording.
[Backof
theVCR]
NOTE:
• Insert a cassette tape with its erase prevention tab in
place. (If necessary, rewind or fast forward the tape
to the point at which you want to begin recording.)
PAUSE
.....
_.
When the VCR is in the Pause mode, you may
review the pause time remaining with • marks
on the TV screen. Each • mark represents one
minute. After five minutes, the VCR will automatically switch to the Stop mode to prevent
tape damage. When there is I minute remaining, one • will flash•
CH 32
Press number buttons on the remote control or the CHANNEL
• or • button.
NOTE: Ifyou have a cable box or satellite box connected
to this VCR, please refer to "ANTENNA/CABLE CONNECTIONS" on pages 11 and 12 before proceeding to the next step.
2 se_ec: he tape sleed
Press the TAPE SPEED button to
select the desired tape speed
(SP/SLP).
You can record one program while viewing another. To
start recording, follow steps [ 1] to [3] under "VIEWING
AND RECORDING THE SAME PROGRAM".
NOTE:
(
[
If you have a cable box or satellite box connected to this VCR, please refer to "ANTENNA/CABLE CONNECTIONS"
on pages
11 and 12 before proceeding to the next step.
Select _he
I_tod{
Press the VCR/TV button so that the VCR!TV indicator
on the VCR disappears.
se
Se_et the ,:;i_am_eI_,_H
t_e _,'
Set the TV to the channel you want to watch.
Press the RECORD button. The
REC indicator
on the VCR
3 Begin
"€cording
comes
on,
R_o
I) Press the VCR/TV button so that the VCR/TV indicator on the VCR comes on.
sp
NOTE:
If any menu is activated on the TV screen, the
RECORD button on the remote control does
not function. Press the RESET/EXIT button
2) Turn on the TV and set the TV to channel 3 or4. Now
set the CH3/CH4 switch on the back of the VCR to
to clear the menu. Then, press the RECORD
button.
match the channel selected on the TV.
[Back of
the VCR]
Press the STOP button when recording is completed.
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This function enables you to set the recording length
simply by pressing the REC/OTR button on the VCR.
• Please refer to the connection
you are using,
through pages 10, 11, or 12 on "ANTENNA/CABLE CONNECTIONS"
before continuing.
• You can not use the remote control for this function.
NOTE:
If you have a cable box or satellite box connected to this VCR, please refer to "ANTENNA/CABLE CONNECTIONS" on pages
II and 12 before proceeding to the next step.
Press number buttons on the remote
CHANNEL • or • button.
control or tile
• Be sure to check that the POWER and the VCR/TV
indicators are both on.
• Turn on the TV and set the TV to channel
3 or4. Now set the CH3/CH4 switch on ]c_
the back of the VCR to match the channel
Press the TAPE SPEED
speed (SP/SLP).
¢m
DISPLAY
RECORDED
LENGTH
(normal recording)
2 pushes
0:30
30 minutes
3 pushes
1:00
60 minutes
,L
17 pushes
18 pushes
tape
[Back of
• Insert a cassette tape with its erase prevention tab in place. (If necessary, rewind or fast forward the tape to the point at which you want to begin
recording.)
1 push
to select the desired
theVCR]
selected on the TV.
PUSH(ES)
button
Press the REC/OTR button on ]
the VCR as many times as
needed. The recording
length
will be determined by the number of times you press the REC/OTR button.
Each additional push will increase the recording time by
30 minutes. It can be set for up to 8 hours.
• Recording starts immediately when the REC/OTR
button is pressed, whether you are watching the stone
or a different channel.
• When the REC/OTR button is pressed 18 times, tile
VCR returns to the normal recording mode.
• To stop the OTR operation, press the STOP button.
8:00
480 minutes
(normal recording)
• To show the remaining time, press the DISPLAY
button on the remote control so that "OTR" appears
on the TV screen. (It will show up momentarily then
disappear.)
• Recording stops when 0:00 is reached.
• Please note that in the SLP mode maximum recording time, assuming the tape is started at the beginning, is 8 hours using T- 160 (or 6 hours using T- 120).
• The TV that is connected to your VCR may be turned
on or offduring OTR.
• If the tape runs out befon'e the end time, the VCR will
switch to the Stop mode immediutely, eject tile tape
and turn power off.
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TIMER
RECORI)IN(;
You may set the VCR to start and end a recording while
you are away. You can set seven programs to record on
specific days, daily or weekly within a I year period.
In the example
behm;
the timer is being set to record:
DATE:
SETTING TIME:
CHANNEL:
TAPE SPEED:
PROGRAM NO:
First, press the MENU button until the main menu appears,
NOTE:
• Please refer to the connection
you are using,
through pages 10, 11, or 12 on "ANTENNA/CABLE CONNECTIONS"
before continuing.
• Be sure to check that the POWER and the VCR/TV
rIMER pnOG_A_ING
AUTO _EPEAT
IOF_I
PlCTtJnE SELECT
CHANt_EL SET UP
CLOCK SET
LA'_GU,_GE 8ELECT
L
MEN_j
Next, press the PLAY/A
or
STOP/V
button to point to
"TIMER
PROGRAMMING".
EFWD/I_ button.
May 4th, 2000
from 7:30PM to 8:30PM
CHI6
SP
No. I
Then,
press
1
the
If you have not yet set the clock, "CLOCK
SET" appears. If so, follow the steps [2] to [8]
on page 15. Then, set the timer recording.
Program number which is not set up flashes.
Press the PLAY/& or STOP/V
button until your desired program number appears. (Exampie: I )
indicators are both on to program it.
• Turn on the TV and set the TV to channel
3 or 4. Now set the CH3/CH4 switch on
the back of the VCR to match the channel
selected on the TV.
i,-
Then, press the F.FWD/I_
ton.
[Backof
the VCR]
_
"]
_¢_M,,_-14
_!_g_-_S--
but-
• Clock must be set to the correct time and date before
setting the timer.
• Insert a cassette tape with its erase prevention tab in
place. (If necessary, rewind or fast forward the tape
to the point at which you want to begin recording.)
Avoid overlap
of programs
For once recording
Press
the PLAY/&
or
STOP/Y button to point to
"ONCE", and then press the
F.FWD/I_ button.
...
There is a case that a program will not be performed.
When programs overlap:
DALLY
WEEKLY
P_OGRAMNUM6ER
For daily recording : To record a TV program at the
same time on the sanle chatmel.from Monday through
Friday.
• The program with an earlier start time has priority.
• Once the earlier program finishes, the overlapping
programs will begin recording in sequence,
• The illustration below demonstrates
recordings.
:
Press
the
PLAY/A
or
STOP/V button to point to
"DAILY", and then press the
F.FW D/I_ button.
the sequence of
.............
ONCE
......
W_KL¥
RecordingSequence
'
Program 1
(10:00AM-11:00AM)
L
_
1
For weekly recordiog
Program 2
(9:00AM-IO:OOAM)
[
Program
3
(9:30AM-12:00PMI
,
9:00AM
]
]
!
IO:OOAM
I
11:00AM
Stmle
t
time
o11 lh('
: To record a TV program at the
stlme
t'Jt(l/I/l('l
ePel]V
week.
([:_vample: eve 0' Monday on ch 7 at 5:00PM)
Press
12:00PM
the
PLAY/&
or
(
"Recording period is SHADED
"WEEKLY", and then press
the F.FWD/I_ button.
STOP/V button to point to
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k .............
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• When you press the F.FWD/I_ button during steps
[4] to [10], you may move to the next step.
• Press the REW(IND)/'ql button to go back one step
from the current step during steps [2] to [10].
co_t£ rl,_ E p_c_,_t ,_
Press the PLAY/& or STOP/V
button until the desired channel
number appears. (Example: 16)
Then, press the EFWD/I_
• Remember
First, press the PLAY/&
o1"
STOP/V button until the desired
month appears.
(Example: "05" for May)
Then, press the EFWD/I_ button.
'
Next, press the PLAY/&
or
STOP/V button until the desired day appears, and then
press the EFWD/I_ button. (Example: "04" for 4th)
pROaR*.M NUMBE_
t3_.r_
_110.
ST._nr rl_£ 07 -.
button until the desired hour appears• (Example: 07)
button•
,
{
refer to "ANTENNA/CABLE
_):
£
........
Press the F.FWD/_"
pleted.
¢_AN_EL
REC SP_ED
_E TIME PROC.RAM
05_04
¢HA_NEL
_.
|
rHta
...... %,1r,
/
button. Program I is now con>
• To set another program, repeat steps 12] to [1 l ].
PnC,aCAU tltJ_8_
I
OAT_
O5 0 _, r_t3
8TARTTIME 07 3_
PM
E_ID
rIME--+_
CHAU_IEk
*
Press the PLAY/& or STOP/V
button until the desired minute
REC
ou_ S_'EED
rIM5 P_OGRA_,_
button to return to original
4
,Xr4
Press the POWER button• The TIMER indicator on the
VCR comes on.
button.
Next, press the PLAY/& or STOP/_ button to point to
"AM" or "PM". (Example:
PM) Then, press the
F.EWD/]_ button.
{:_?
_AT_
4
Press the RESET/EXIT
mode.
7
CON-
ONE rl_E I._OG_AM
Press the PLAY/& or STOP/V
button until the desired tape
speed appears. (Example: SP)
I
IHU
Then, press the EFWD/I_ button•
appears. (Example: 30)
Then, press the EFWD/I_
"
NECTIONS" on pages 11 and 12 if you have a cable
box or satellite box before setting the channel nulnber.
F'RO,3_A_qNU_a6ER
1
HATE
O_ Ol THU
ST_TTIM_
E_D
TmlE
CHAN_EL
REC_PEED
ONETI_EP_OGHA_q
/
Press the PLAY/& or STOP/V
_................
0_o_ ,.o
_T_TTIME
07
3O
F'_
_"°
_'_°_
_'_
¢HAN_L
I 6 _°
*
..........
• Please see "HINTS FOR TIMER RECORDING"
page 23 for more information.
on
}
Press the PLAY/& or STOP/V
button until the desired hour appears• (Example: 08)
PR_RA_NUMB_R
_]
D_TE
_04
SrARTT,M_•_74_0
I
c_t_
T_E
• If there is a power failure or the VCR is unplugged
for more than 30 seconds, the clock setting and all
timer settings will be lost.
1THO
P_
P_C_3RA_
1
Then, press the EFWD,'I_" button•
Press the PLAY/& or STOP/V
button tmtil the desired minute
appears. (Example: 30) Then,
press the F.FWD/_ button.
• If the tape runs out before the end time, the VCR will
switch to the Stop mode immediately, eject the tape
and the VCR power will be turned off. The TIMER
indicator will flash•
DATE
65
04
_EC
O_IE _f'_[O
TI_E _OORAM
_HU
AM 1
Next, press the PLAY/A or STOP/W button to point to
"AM" or "PM". (Example:
PM) Then. press the
F.FWD/I_ button.
• lfa tape is not in the VCR or does not have the eraseprotection tab, the TIMER indicator flashes and
timer recording can not be performed. Please insert
a recordaNe tape•
• The TV that is couuected to yonr VCR may be turned
ON or OFF when the VCR is m the timer rccord
mode.
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TO CIII"CK TIlE
/)ROGRA M
.t UTOJL I TIC TIllER
7"0,8"
I 0 P A S 1 'AR 7 "EI) +II;"I'OMA 1'1 (:
TIMER
t _ROGRA,!'I
'
rlMEA PROGRA_MI_+3
I ) Turn the power on.
.I
2) Press the MENU button. The
details of the your program
appear on the TV screen.
DArE SrA,E_D
05,04
07_30_1
THU 01+30 PM
3 _11
10_00 pM
W THU 10_54 F'M
5 05_21 11_00 _
DAILY 1_30 P_
Press the STOP/EJECT
CH
16
SP
125
SLP
4O
$O'
NOTE:
button on the VCR.
The STOP button on the remote control will not
function in Automatic Timer Recording mode.
• If the program you wish to check is not on the screen,
press the PLAY/A or STOP/Y button until your desited program appears.
3) Press the RESET/EXIT
mode.
button to return to original
4) Press the POWER button to return to timer stand-by
mode.
¢0 ('ORRI:('T
OR ('.iN( t;t
t[ t 1"l¢ 71111,'1¢_ t)I¢0€;1¢ i _l
t V ,,t _lO-
I) Turn the power on ...........
_.
2) Press the MENU button. The
details of the your program
appem" on the TV screen.
THU
I
O_ 30 P_
SP
_"'
'°°°+
'_°
w r_lo 105d
p_
SLP
s o5/21 11 ooma
,_0
o_,_,,_0+ _,
TIMER
p ROGRAMMING
3) Select the program number which you want to correct
or cancel using the PLAY/A or STOP/V button.
• If the program you wish to Co_Tector cancel is not on
the screen, press the PLAY/A or STOP/V button until your desired program appears.
NOTE:
If some empty program numbers exist, the
lower program number appears on the TV
screen by pressing the REW(IND)/<I button.
In this case, you can enter the new program.
Press the F.FWD/I_ button during program
number flashes, then continue with the step [3]
in the "AUTOMATIC TIMER RECORDING"
section.
4) Press the F.FWD,'I_ button.
• To cancel the progrma, press
the REW(IND)/_I
button
during the program number
flashes.
ONE TIMEPR_R_
_
¢'ROG_ Ahl flUMBB_" +
DATE
Psi0/
STA_TT4t_E 07:30
_M
END
TItlE 0_30
PM
¢_ANNEL
I
_E¢ SPEED SP
• To correct the program, go to the digit you want to
change
by using the F.FWD/I_
button
or
REW(IND)/'_I button. Then, enter the correct numbers using the PLAY/A or STOP/V button.
5) Press the RESET/EXIT
mode,
6) Press thc POWER
mode.
bttllon
button
to return
to return In timer
to original
stand-by
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COPYING
A VIDE()
You can make copies of video tapes made by friends or
relatives for your enjoyment.
Warning:Unauthorized
recordings
of copyrighted
video tapes may be an infringement of copyright laws.
Connect the editing (recording) VCR(this unit), source
(playing) VCR(another VCR) and your TV using the
following diagram.
4) Select the "Lineln Rear (L I)" position on tile editing
(recording) VCR. See page 13, under "Connecting
input jacks".
(not supplied)
[Editing (thisunit)
[Recording[ VCR]
t
I
VCR.
6) Begin playback of the tape in the source (playing/
VCR.
For best results during dubbing, use the VCR's fi'ont
panel controls whenever possible. The remote control might affect the playback VCR's operation.
[TV set]
[Use for monitoring)
Always use video-quality shielded cables with RCAtype connectors. Standard audio cables are not rccommended
L
.......
[Source (Playing[
(another VCR)
_
You can use a video disc player, satellite receiver, or
other audio/video
cmnponent with A/V outputs in
place of the playback VCR.
Y
VCR <Monaural>[
l) Insert a pre-recorded
(playing) VCR.
Coaxial cable (supplied[
video cassette
into the source
2) Insert a blank video cassette, or one you want to record over, into the editing (recording) VCR cassette
compartment.
3) Press the TAPE SPEED button on the editing (recording) VCR to select the desired recording speed
(SP/SLP).
"1Y) 310NI
NOTE: VCR power and the VCR/TV indicator must be
turned on.
• To check the Count, Clock and Channel number,
press the DISPLAY button. Each time you press the
DISPLAY button, TV screen will change as shown.
• It is normal for the status display (STOP, PLAY etc.)
and the tape speed display (SP, LP (playback only),
or SLP) to disappear after 5 seconds.
SI L(L\I,
match the channel selected on the TV.
2) Press the VCR/TV button on the editing
(recording) VCR sothat the VCRITV indicator on the VCR comes on.
counter.
[Backof
me vca]
I ISI LA I
<OFF mode>
I
<COUNT mode> <CLOCK mode>
t
Press once
• To check either the Count or Clock,
CLOCK/COUNTER
button.
press the
FILL,\I UI ,I!;S
• This shows the elapsed recording or playback time in
hours, minutes, and seconds. (The displayed time
will not change during blank portions on the tape.)
• The .... indication will appear
when the tape is rewotmd further than "0:00:00" on the
;r()l+" / _1)7 RI ( Y_/¢1)/\'(;
I) Turn on the TV and set the TV to channel 3 or 4. Now
set the CH3/CH4 switch on the back of the VCR to
ON S(REEN
tape
to
5) Press the REC button on the editing (recording)
Fig.9:
Audio/Videocables
TAPE
When the
playback,
rewind to
VCR will
end of a tape is reached during recording.
or fast-forward, the tape will automatically
the beginning. After rewinding finishes, the
eject the tape and turn itself to off.
• The tape will not aulo-rcwmd
or One Touch Recording.
during
timer recording
• When the Counter Memory is activated, the tape will
rewind to the M0:00:(X/and the VCR will go inlo the
Stop mode.
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TROUIII,ESH()OTING
GLrlDE
If you have followed the instructions contained in this manual and have difficulty in operating your VCR, locate the
PROBLEM in the left column below. Check the corresponding CORRECTIVE ACTION column to remedy the problem.
PROBLEM
CORRECTIVE
No power.
Make
ACTION
sure the AC cord is connected
to an AC outlet.
Make sum the power is turned on.
Timer recording is not possible.
• Make sure the timer recording is set correctly.
• Make sure the power is off.
• Make sure the VCR clock is set correctly.
Cannot _o into Record mode.
Playback picture is partially noisy•
Cannot view a tape but the audio is
OK.
• Make sure the tape has tin erase-prevention tab. If need, cover the
hole with plastic tape.
• Adjust tracking control for u better picture using the CHANNELIor• button on the VCR.
• Head cleaning is necessary
below.
Refer to "AUTO HEAD CLEANING"
• Make sure the VCR is not in the Menu mode.
No picture or poor picture on
playback,
• Set your TV to the VCR mode and/or press the VCR/TV button so that
the VCR/TV indicator on the VCR comes on.
• Fine tune your TV.
On-the-air TV programs cannot be
• Re-check the ANT. IN and ANT. OUT connections.
seen.
No operation by infrared Remote
Control.
• Set your TV to the TV mode and/or press the VCR/TV button so that
the VCR/TV indicator on the VCR disappears.
• Make sure the AC cord is connected to an AC outlet.
• Check batteries in ren'iote control.
Video or color fades in and out when
making a copy of a video tape.
• You can not copy a copyrighted
copy guard protection.
SIR
I/(IVG
<t{ '1771!ll:.l!)
Should your VCR become inoperative, do not try to correct the problem by yourself. There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Turn off', unplug the power cord, and
please call our help line at 1-800-968-3429, to locate an
Authorized Service Center.
7:7\/
i f!i
t\i\
• Never use a solvent or alcohol. Do rtot spray insecticide liquid near the VCR. Such chemicals
may cause
damage and discoloration
to the exposed surfaces.
(7d:ANING
while the TV program reception is clear. Dirt accumulated on the video heads after long periods of use. or the
usage of rental or worn tapes can cause this problem.
,
dry.
video tape. You are experiencing
• Automatically cleans video heads as you insert or remove a cassette, so you can see a clear picture.
• Playback picture may become blurred or interrupted
If a streaky or snowy picture appears during playback, the video heads in your VCR may need to be
cleaned.
• Wipe the fl'ont panel and other exterior suffuces of
the VCR with a soft cloth immersed
in lukewarm
water and wrung
See page 10.
I. Please visit your IoctlI Audio/Video store and purchase a good quality VHS Video Head Cleaner.
2. Ifa Video Head Cleaner does not solve the problem,
please call our help line at 1-800-968-3429, to locate
an Authorized Service Center.
NOTES:
• Remember
In road the instructions
video head cleaner belorc use.
• Clean
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video
heads
only
when
included
problems
with the
occur.
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SPI.CI[
GI:WI:'RAI,
SPE(
II:1(
Television system :
Video heads :
Tape width :
Tape speed
SP :
LP:
SLP :
I:LI:( +I'RI(
"AI'IO VS,
_I ,8/q:'(
NTSC, TV standard
Video output level :
Rotary two-head
I/2inch (12.65mm)
Video output impedance
Audio output level :
-6dBv (1KHz)
Converter output :
Timer indication :
Operating temperature :
Terminals
Antenna input :
Antenna output :
Video input/output :
Audio input/output :
0.5-2.0Vp-p
10dBv
Audio input level :
Video S/N ratio
SP:
More than 38dB
VHF Channel 3 or 4.
Power requirement
AM/PM 12-hour system
5°C-40°C (41 °F- 104°F)
Power consumption
Dimensions :
F type connector
F type connector
RCA connector
RCA connector
More than 45dB
Audio S/N ratio
SP:
#2-#13
# 14~#69
5A, A-5- A-I,AW+84
Built-in VHF converter
:
'l/* l( 'A I'IO\S
IVp-p
75U2
Video input level :
33.35mm/sec.
16.67mm/sec.
I I. 12mm/sec.
Tuner channel
VHF :
UHF :
Cable channel :
RF converter
ICA i IONS
x 1
x 1
x2
x2
120V, 60Hz
12 Watts
:
:
W 14-1/4" (360ram)
H 3-5/8" (92mm)
D 8-3/4"(223mm)
Weight :
5.3 Ibs. (2.4 Kg.) (approx.)
• Designs and specifications
are subject to change
without notice and without our legal obligation.
• If there is a discrepancy between languages,
default language will be English.
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the
\TIONS
If you subscribe to cable TV, the channels are displayed as 1-125.
Cable companies often designate channels with letters or letter-number combinations.
cable company. The following is a chart of common cable channel designations.
CATV
VCR
channel
Display
5A
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
A
B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
CATVchannel._C_
VCR
Display
.....
16
CA_Ty_ch_an_nel____R_ .....
VCR
Display
CATVchannel
VCR
Display
._CA_T_V_channel
VCR
CATV
VCR
Display
channel
Display
D
17
_
E
F
18
19
S___.
T
31
32
33
W+10
W+11
46
W_+25.
W+12
47
48
_W+26
W+27
_
U
34
I3isplay
VCR
VCR
Display
channel
Display
....
H
49
.
I
20
21
22
_V .....
W
. W+I
35
36
50
.W+_28__,__W_+_29
51
W+30
....
W+_2_
37
K
W+17
52
_W+3
39
W+18
53
_,_W_+32
•
24
38
W+16
W+31
J_ .....
23
54
W+33
L
25
.
W+4
40
W+!9
55
.W+34
_
M ......
.N_.....
O__
26
27
28
29
W+7
. W+8
43
44
_ W+5__.__W+_6__.
41
42
W+20
W+21
56
57
.W+35__,__W+36
W+22
58
W+37
.
P
W+23
59
W+38
_
e
_
W+9_.
45
W+24
60
W+39
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
W+41
W+42
W+43
W+44
W+45
W+46
W+47
W+48
W+49
W+50
W+51
W+52
W+53
W+54
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
87
86
A:5__ ._A-4
A-3
A-2
91
92
84
A:I
85
86
W+59
W+60
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
W+67
W+68
W+69
W+70
W+71
W+72
W+73
W+74
111
112
113
106
107
108
109
110
W+80
W+81
W+82
W÷83
W+84
121
122
123
124
125
- 27 -
114
115
101
! W+75
116
W+61_W.+62
89
W+63
-.
30
W+40
CATVchannel
W+65
W+66
........................................
CATV
__G_.....
W+13
W+14
W+15
.........................................
._cAm.v_c_t_a_n_n_e!__W.+_55_._VV+56
- w+57
w+58
VCR
Please check with your local
90
_W+64
102
103
104
105
W+76
W+77
W+78
W+79
117
118
119
120
EN
t).l14
LIMITED
Eunai Cilrporation will exchange or repair this product,
EXCHANGE
WARRANTY
at its i_ption, in the event of detect in materiat_ clr workmanship
as I'ollows:
DURATION:
1-90 DAYS:
FUNAI CORPORATION will exchange for a new unit without change for a period of ninety (90)
days from the date of original retail purchase.
91-365 DAYS:
FUNAI CORPORATION
will exchange for a factory-service-to-new-condition
unit for a charge of
$49.00 for the period of ninety one (9 I) days to three hundred sixty five (365) days from the date of
original retail purchase.
REPAIR
DURATION:
LABOR:
FUNAI CORPORATION
will provide the labor without charge for a period of ninety (90) days from
the date of original retail purchase.
PARTS:
FUNA1 CORPORATION
will provide parts to replace defective parts without charge for a period
of one (I)year from the date of original retail purchase. Two (2) years for Picture Tube. Certain parts
are excluded flom this wmxanty.
LIMITS
AND EXCLUSIONS:
This warranty
is extended
onty to the original retail purcha_;er. A purchase
with the product Io obtain exchange
or service under lhis waRranty
This warranty shall not be extended
to any other person or transteree
leceipl Ill" other proof ol original retail purchase
This wall anty is void and of no efilet it any serial numbers on the product me altered, leplaced,
applies only to product purchased and used in the Unded States¸
will be required
deEtced or missing, This SYLVANIA
togethel
_
Limited warranty
This walranty only cuvers l_dltll'es due to deleuls in nlaterial or wolkmanship, which occur during nornlal use. II does not cover damage which occurs
in shipment, or t:ailwes which are caused by repairs, aherations, ol parts not supplied by FUNA[ CORPORATION,
or damage which results from
accidenL ndsuse, ahu'_e, mishandling,
nlisapp]ication, alteration, filulty installalion, improper nli_inlenance, comnlercia] use such as hotel rental ol
office use of this prtJduct, or damage which results Bum fire, flood, lightning or other acts of God.
THIS WARRANTY
DOES NOT COVER PACKING MATERIALS.
ANY
COSMETIC PARTS. COMPLETE ASSEMBLY PARTS. DEMONSTRATION
ACCESSORIES
(EXCEPT
OR FLOOR MODELS
REMOTE
CONTROL
UNITS),
ANY
FUNAI CORPORATION
AND ITS REPRESENTATIVES
OR AGENTS SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE FOR ANY GENERAL
INDIRECT
OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR OCCASIONED
BY THE USE OF OR THE INABILITY TO USE THIS PRODUCT.
THIS WARRANTY
IS MADE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES
INCLUDING THE WARRANTY
OF MERCHANT
ABILITY. AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, THAT ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED
BY FUNAI CORPORATION
AND ITS REPRESENTATIVES
OR AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES.
ALL WARRANTY
INSPECTIONS
AND REPAIRS MUST BE PERFORMED
BY A FUNAI AUTHORIZED
CENTER.
VALID WHEN THE PRODUCT IS DELIVERED
PREPAID TO A FUNA[ AUTHORIZED
SERVICE FACILITY.
PRIOR TO RETURNING
THIS PRODUCT TO THE FACTORY SERVICE CENTER FOR REPAIR. CONTACT
DEPARTMENT
TO RECEIVE A RETURN FOR REPAIR AUTHORIZATION.
ANY POSTAGE. INSURANCE.
INCURRED IN PRESENTING
PRODUCT FOR REPAIR ARE THE SHIPPER'S
RESPONSIBILITIES.
CAREFULLY
PACK WITH PROPER PACKING MATERIALS,
AND CARTON OBTAINED FROM FUNAI CORPORATION.
PREFERABLY
ENCLOSE
WRITYEN DOCUMENTATION
DETAILING
ENVELOPE ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE CARTON.
COMPLAINT.
THE
A COPY OF THE ORIGINAL
RETAIL PURCHASE RECEIPT
[NCI.UDED. THE WARRANTY
WILt. NOT BE HONORED
MUST
IN THE ORIGINAL
PLACE
ACCOMPANY
INSIDE
CARTON
IS
THE FUNAI SERVICE
AND SHIPPING COSTS
OR PACKING
THE CARTON
THE PRODUCT.
THIS WARRANTY
MATERIALS
OR IN A PACKING
SLIP
IF NO PROOF OF PURCHASE
IS
:
"
IMPORTANT:
"
TIt[S LIMITED WARRANTY
G[VES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. YOU MAY HAVE OTHER RIGHTS THAT
S rATE, IF AT AN Y TIME DURING THE WARRANTY
PERIOD YOU ARE UNABLE TO OBTAIN SATISFACTION
OR REPAIR OF THIS PRODUCT. PLEASE CONTACT FUNAI CORPORAT[ON
VARY FROM STATE TO
WITH THE EXCHANGE
ATTENTION:
IUNAI ('ORPORATION
I-or
i! IllllnlilliOn
ilhotll
RESERVES
yotll"
pllldtlcl.
Ill
THE RIGIIT
hll
illhlllllilliOll
TO MODIFY
on
]lll_
ANY DESIGN
Ill exchange
ttl
i_pail
OF THIS PRODUCT
_,'(itll
plOdtlcl,
telephone
WITHOUT
or
V,l'ite
PRIOR
to
the
NOTICE
Ballooning:
FUNAI CORPORATION
Ctl_lOiller
St2r vice
I t)O Norlh Slrecl; Teterboro,
Telephone
Printed in China
NJ 07608
1800)968-3429
0VMN02415
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