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Press the VCR-ON/OFF button 1 to switch the VCR from on to standby mode or vice versa. In the standby mode, the VCR is still connected to the mains.
SHOWVIEW is a trademark of Gemstar Development Corporation. The SHOWVIEW system is manufactured under licence from Gemstar Development Corporation.
As this equipment gets hot during use, operate it in a well ventilated place; do not install this equipment in a confined space such as a book case or similar unit.
Setting the Remote Control to Operate Your TV
Only Panasonic TVs can be operated with the provided remote control. The settings for operating the TV with the remote control have already been made. No additional settings need to be performed. However, some Panasonic TVs cannot be operated using this remote control.
The 3 Methods for Switching to the AV Input on Your Panasonic TV
Your Panasonic TV uses one of three different methods for switching between TV reception and the AV input(s). Perform the operations steps listed for the switching methods A, B and C below to determine which one your Panasonic TV uses. A 1 Set the VCR/TV switch N to TV. 2 Press the AV button 3 to switch to the AV Input. Each press of the AV button 3 switches between TV reception and AV Input(s). B 1 Set the VCR/TV switch N to TV. 2 Press the AV button 3. Colour bars for selecting the AV Input appear on the TV screen. 3 Follow the instructions displayed on the TV screen to select the desired AV Input from the displayed colour bars for the AV Input by pressing the corresponding colour button @ (red) :, DATEi (green) ;, ONi (yellow) F or OFFi (blue) E on the remote control. C 1 Set the VCR/TV switch N to TV. 2 Press the AV 3 button. The last previously selected AV Input indication appears on the TV screen. The indications for selecting another AV Input also appear, but they disappear a few seconds later. 3 Before the indications for selecting another AV Input disappear, press the ? button :, DATEp p button ;, ONp button F or OFFp button E to p p select the desired AV input. With the following four buttons, you can move and select as follows: ? :: Move left DATEp ;: Move down p ONp F: Move up p OFFp E: Move right p
This function lets you programme the VCR for unattended automatic recording of desired TV programmes when you are not at home or sleeping. You can programme timer recordings in two different ways: By entering the necessary information with the remote control while viewing the On Screen Display (OSD) on the TV screen (explained below) or; By entering the ShowView number published alongside the TV programme listings in newspapers and magazines (see page 14). This VCR lets you programme up to 8 TV programmes (including weekly and daily programmes) for unattended recording up to one month in advance.
Press the SP/LP button D to set the desired tape speed. SP provides standard recording time and optimum picture quality. LP provides doubled recording time with slightly reduced picture quality. Regarding the A indication, refer to page 15. Press the Cursor button (!" ) P to set VPS/PDC to ON or OFF ( ). See page 15 for VPS/PDC recording. Press the TAPE button B to select the corresponding cassette tape length. (See page 26.) Press the OK button R to conclude the settings. To programme additional VCR Timer recording timer recordings, repeat Pos Start Stop SP VPS Name DATE ON OFF LP PDC ZDF 27/10 20:00 21:30 SP ON operation steps 29. : :
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To Programme with the On Screen Display (OSD)
This method offers easy step-by-step programming with the remote control while you view the prompts on the TV screen. Preparations Confirm that the VCR is on. Confirm that the TV is on and the VCR viewing channel is selected. Insert a video cassette with an intact erasure prevention tab. Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR. Example: Programming the timer recording of a TV programme broadcast on programme position 2 (ZDF) from 20:00 to 21:30 on 27 October. Follow the on screen operation guide. Operations
Press the TIMER REC button C to switch the VCR over to the timer recording standby mode. Check that is lit on the VCR display. If it is flashing, check the timer recording details again. (See page 15.)
To Suspend the Timer Recording Standby Mode
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Press the Channel buttons : to select the programme position of the desired TV station. As an alternative method, after pressing the Channel button :, you can use the Cursor (3421) P. Press the DATE button ; to set the date on which the TV programme will be broadcast. Press the ON button F to set the starting time. When it is kept pressed, the indication changes in 30-minute intervals. Press the OFF button E to set the ending time.
However, after you have finished using the VCR, be sure to reactivate the timer recording standby mode by pressing the TIMER REC button C again, otherwise the programmed timer recording will not be performed.
Note: If the VCR is not put in the timer recording standby mode at the latest 10 minutes before the programmed timer recording starting time, the indication flashes on the VCR display. In this case, press the TIMER REC button C to put the VCR in the timer recording standby mode.
Press the PROG./CHECK button < to display the menu for programming timer recordings on the TV screen. On Screen Display Alternatively, you can VCR Timer recording press the MENU button Pos Start Stop SP VPS Name DATE ON OFF LP PDC S and then select Timer : : : : : : recording. : :
When you want to use the VCR for playback, normal recording or some other operation before the programmed timer recording will be performed, you can temporarily suspend the timer recording standby mode by pressing the TIMER REC button C so that the indication on the VCR display disappears.
To Programme with the ShowView Function
The ShowView numbers assigned to each TV programme and published alongside the TV programme listings in newspapers and magazines make it extremely easy to set the VCR for timer recording. The duration of a timer recording programmed with ShowView number may be slightly longer than the actual duration of the TV programme. Preparations Confirm that the VCR is on. Confirm that the TV is on and the VCR viewing channel is selected. Insert a video cassette with an intact erasure prevention tab. Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR. Example: Programming a timer recording of a TV programme with the ShowView number 920126 Operations
If Appears under Pos/Name after Entering a ShowView Number
Pos/Name stands for Programme Position/TV Station Name. Normally, the name of the TV station or the number of the programme position is displayed under Pos/Name. However, if the TV station information was not automatically set during Auto Setup due to adverse reception conditions, the indication appears instead. In such a case, follow the operation steps below to correct it. Press the Channel buttons : repeatedly to select the programme position on which the TV programme to be recorded will be broadcast.
Timer recording Pos Name
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Press the SHOW VIEW button K to display the menu for entering the ShowView number on the TV. Press the Numeric buttons 2 to enter the ShowView number. If you have entered a wrong digit, press the Cursor button (2) P and then enter the correct digit.
Start Stop DATE ON OFF
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After you have entered the information of a TV station, it remains stored in the VCRs memory, and you do not need to enter it again in the future.
Press the OK button R to display the programmed content. Press the SP/LP button D to set the desired tape speed. SP provides standard VCR Timer recording recording time and Pos Start Stop SP VPS Name DATE ON OFF LP PDC optimum picture quality. ZDF 27/10 20:00 21:30 SP ON : : : : LP provides doubled : : : : recording time with slightly reduced picture quality. Regarding the A indication, refer to page 15. To extend the ending time or to make any corrections, use the Cursor button (3421) P, the Channel buttons :, the DATE button ;, the ON button F, the OFF button E, the SP/LP button D. See page 15 for VPS/PDC recording.
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When you want to use the VCR for playback, normal recording or some other operation before the programmed timer recording will be performed, you can temporarily suspend the timer recording standby mode by pressing the TIMER REC button C so that the indication on the VCR display disappears. However, after you have finished using the VCR, be sure to reactivate the timer recording standby mode by pressing the TIMER REC button C again, otherwise the programmed timer recording will not be performed. Note: If the VCR is not put in the timer recording standby mode at the latest 10 minutes before the programmed timer recording starting time, the indication flashes on the VCR display. In this case, press the TIMER REC button C to put the VCR in the timer recording standby mode.
Press the TAPE button B to select the corresponding cassette tape length. (See page 26.) Press the OK button R again to conclude the settings. Timer recording To programme additional Pos Start Stop Name DATE ON OFF ZDF 27/10 20:00 21:30 timer recordings, repeat : : : : operation steps 16. : :
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Other Timer Recordings and Convenient Functions
Setting the Recording Date/Day(s)
Perform this operation in operation step 3 when programming a timer recording with the On Screen Display, or in operation step 4 when programming with the ShowView number. (See pages 13 and 14.) You can select the recording date (day of the month/day of the week) by pressing the DATE button ;. If you repeatedly press the i side of the DATE button ;, the indication changes in the order shown below. If you press the F side of the DATE button ;, the indication changes in the opposite order. Programming a timer recording (setting the date) is possible up to one month ahead of the TV programmes broadcasting date and time. Daily and weekly timer recordings will continue until you cancel them.
<To Programme within 1 Month> Example: 1 2.. 31 <To Programme a Daily Timer Recording> Example: Daily recording from Sunday to Saturday (Su-Sa). Daily recording from Monday to Saturday (Mo-Sa). Daily recording from Monday to Friday (Mo-Fr). <To Programme a Weekly Timer Recording > Example: Weekly recording every Sunday Weekly recording every Monday Weekly recording every Saturday (Su = Sunday, Mo = Monday, Tu = Tuesday, We = Wednesday, Th = Thursday, Fr = Friday, Sa = Saturday)
Condition for correct operation of the Auto SP/LP Change function: The tape length of the inserted cassette must be set correctly. (See page 26.) To Activate the Auto SP/LP Change Function: In operation step 6 when programming a timer recording with the On Screen Display (see page 13), or in operation step 4 when programming with the ShowView number (see page 14), press the SP/LP button D to select A. When you press this button VCR repeatedly, the indication changes Timer recording Pos Start Stop SP VPS in the following order: Name DATE ON OFF LP PDC
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Indication when A is selected
Setting for Control of the Recording Starting and Ending Time by Special Signal Included in the Broadcasting Signal (VPS/PDC Function)
VPS stands for Video Programme System. PDC stands for Programme Delivery Control. If a TV programme, for example a football game runs longer than scheduled, is shortened or starts earlier or later, this function synchronises the recording start and stop with the actual broadcasting start and stop of the TV programme. Conditions for correct operation of the VPS/PDC function: ON must be displayed under VPS/PDC on the On Screen Display. The TV station must broadcast VPS/PDC signals. The programme starting time must be set correctly to the starting time listed in the newspaper/magazine.
If, at the start of a timer recording, the VCR determines that the remaining tape time is insufficient to record the whole programme, the Auto SP/LP Change function automatically selects LP mode to ensure that the whole programme will be recorded. However, if the remaining tape time is still not sufficient even in the LP mode, the programme cannot be recorded to its end. If you programme a daily or weekly timer recording, recording will be performed in the LP mode from the start regardless of the remaining tape time. In case of a timer recording programmed with the VPS/ PDC function, if the TV programme continues past the programmed ending time, the VCR automatically switches over to the LP mode at that moment. However, in some cases it may not be possible to record the programme until its end. Use a video cassette on which a few minutes more than the total length of programmed timer recordings remain, otherwise the programmed timer recordings may be performed in the LP mode. Be careful that the broadcast times of the TV programmes set for timer recording do not overlap, otherwise the programmed timer recordings may be performed in the LP mode. If the recording speed changes from SP to LP during a timer recording, some brief picture distortion occurs at that point.
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To Check the Contents of Timer Recording Programmings
Display the VCR picture on the TV. Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR. 1 Press the PROG./CHECK button < to display the timer recording programmings on the TV screen. When the VCR is in the timer recording standby mode for a VPS/PDC recording, the On Screen Display may be distorted. Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
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Ensuring that a TV Programme Will Be Recorded until Its End (Auto SP/LP Change Function)
To Activate the VPS/PDC Function: After operation step6 when VCR Timer recording programming a timer recording with Pos Start Stop SP VPS ON OFF the On Screen Display (see page 13), Name DATE 20:00 21:30 LP PDC ZDF 27/10 SP ON : : : : or in operation step 4 when programming with the ShowView number (see page 14), press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to make the ON indication appear. See page 29 for details.
To Change a Timer Recording Programming
It is not possible to change a programming while the timer recording is being performed. Display the VCR picture on the TV. Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR. 3 Press the PROG./CHECK button < to display the timer recording programmings on the TV screen. Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select the programming that you want to change. Follow the operations below to change the programmed contents. To change the broadcasting station: Use the Channel buttons :. To change the date of VCR Timer recording the timer recording: Pos Start Stop SP VPS Use the DATE button ;. Name DATE ON OFF LP PDC ZDF 27/10 20:00 21:30 SP ON ARD 30/10 19:00 20:00 LP ON To change the recording Su 21:00 23:30 SP ON N3 Su-Sa 17:30 18:00 LP ON ZDF : : starting time: : : : : Use the ON button F. To change the recording ending time: Use the OFF button E. To change the recording speed: Use the SP/LP button D.
To Search for a Desired Programme While Checking the Recorded Contents on a Cassette (Intro-Jet Scan)
This VCR automatically records special index signals on the tape every time a recording starts. The Intro-Jet Scan function makes use of these index signals to play back the beginning of each programme recorded on the cassette one after another at high speed. This lets you quickly and easily check the contents of a cassette and find a desired programme. Index signals are automatically recorded in the following cases: When you start a recording by pressing the REC button I, or REC/OTR button ^. When a timer recording starts. When you press the REC button I on the remote control during recording. Conditions for correct operation of the Intro-Jet Scan function: The cassette must have been ejected after the timer recordings were performed. VCR must be switched on, be in the playback mode or be in the standby mode. Each programme recorded on the tape must be at least 15 minutes long. Preparations Display the VCR picture on the TV. Insert a recorded video cassette. Operations 1 Press the SEARCH button L to start the Intro-Jet Scan. After rewinding the tape to the beginning, the VCR plays it back at high speed for approximately 10 seconds. It then fast-forwards the tape to the next tape position marked by an index signal (beginning of a programme), and every time an index signal is found, the VCR switches over to high-speed playback (Cue) for about 10 seconds.
Beginning of tape Index signal Programme 1 Rewinding Programme 2 Present tape position Programme 3
High-speed Playback (Cue)
When you have found the programme that you want to view, press the Play button H to start normal playback.
To Cancel the Intro-Jet Scan or to Stop Playback: Press the Stop button 9. Note: If you press the SEARCH button L after a timer recording has finished, but before ejecting that cassette, the Programme List Search (for details, see page 16) will be activated instead of the Intro-Jet Scan.
To Connect the VCR to a Decoder
Decoder here refers to the device used to decode scrambled broadcasts (Pay TV).
To Connect the VCR to a Stereo Amplifier
Decoder (not supplied)
To an AC mains socket 21-pin Scart socket 21-pin Scart cable (not supplied)
Audio cable (not supplied)
Audio Input sockets
Connect a 21-pin Scart cable (not supplied) to the AV2 21-pin Scart socket a on the VCR and to the 21-pin Scart socket on the decoder. 1 Connect the decoders mains lead to an AC mains socket. Set AV2 to DECODER. For details, see page 27. 2
To an AC mains socket
Stereo amplifier (not supplied)
Connect an Audio cable (not supplied) to the Audio Output sockets b on the VCR and to Audio Input sockets on the stereo amplifier. Connect the stereo amplifiers mains lead to an AC mains socket.
VCR VCR Mode TV Mode VCR indication is lit. VCR indication is not lit.
TV AV Input is selected. TV reception is selected.
When you press the MENU button S to display the menu on the TV screen, the TV is also automatically switched to the VCR mode, however, the VCR indication does not appear in this case.
AV Link Function If the VCR is connected to the TV via a 21-pin Scart cable, you can use AV LINK button A to switch the TV from normal TV reception over to the video playback channel (AV input) (and vice versa). In the VCR mode (when the VCR indication in the VCR display is lit), the TV is switched to the video playback channel (AV input). In the TV mode (when the VCR indication is not lit), the TV is switched to TV reception.
Connecting the VCR to a Satellite Receiver or Digital Receiver
Satellite receiver here includes a digital receiver. The connection method differs depending on the type of your satellite receiver. For details about the connection, also read the satellite receivers operating instructions.
If the Satellite Receiver Is Not Equipped with a 21-Pin Scart Socket
In case your satellite receiver is not equipped with a 21-pin Scart socket, use the RF coaxial cable to connect it to the VCR. For the connection to the TV, refer to page 7.
If the Satellite Receiver is Equipped with a 21-pin Scart Socket
If your satellite receiver is equipped with a 21-pin Scart socket, use a 21-pin Scart cable to connect the VCR. For the connection to the TV, refer to page 7.
Be sure to keep the VCR, TV and satellite receiver switched off until you have finished all connections. For your safety, do not connect or handle the equipment with wet hands.
Satellite receiver (not supplied)
Aerial lead (not supplied)
Satellite receiver (not supplied) To an AC mains socket Aerial Output socket
RF coaxial cable (not supplied)
To an AC Mains socket
21-pin Scart socket 21-pin Scart cable If your satellite (not supplied) receiver has a VCR socket, connect the cable to it.
Connect the aerial lead to the Aerial Input socket on the satellite receiver. Connect the RF coaxial cable to the Aerial Output socket on the satellite receiver and to the Aerial Input socket c on the VCR. Connect the satellite receivers mains lead to an AC mains socket.
Connect a 21-pin Scart cable (not supplied) to the AV2 21-pin Scart socket a on the VCR and to the 21-pin Scart socket on the satellite receiver. Connect the satellite receivers mains lead to an AC mains socket. Set AV2 to EXT or TIMER. For details, see page 27.
Hint: The RF output channel of the satellite receiver should be adjusted away from channel 36, which is used by the VCR, e.g. re-adjust to channel 33.
Tuning and Assigning the TV Stations Available in Your Area to the Programme Positions (Manual Tuning)
This VCR has 99 programme positions that can be preset to receive TV stations. Usually, if you switch the VCR on for the first time after making the necessary connections, the VCR will start the Auto Setup function automatically so that all available TV stations in the area can be received. However, if Auto Setup is not successful due to extraordinary transmission circumstances, or if you want to change the name of a TV station or change a TV station from its regular programme position to one of your preference, you can set it up manually. This is called Manual Tuning. Preparation Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR. 4
To Enter or Change the Name of a TV Station
1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu on the TV screen. Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Tuning then press the OK button R. Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Manual then press the OK button R to display the list of tuned TV stations.
Pos 7 Name ARD ZDF N3 HR3 BR3 RB3 07
To Change the Order in Which the TV Stations Are Assigned to the Programme Positions
1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu on the TV screen. Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Tuning then press the OK button R.
Main menu Timer recording Tuning VCR
Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select a programme position whose TV station name is indicated as.
Press the OK button R to conclude the setting. Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display. Hints: If Automatic is set to ON when you open the Clock screen, do not set it to OFF, otherwise, the automatic time correcting function is deactivated. The built-in clock employs the 24-hour system. In case of a power failure, an automatic back-up system automatically maintains the operation of the clock for at least 60 minutes. When Automatic on the Clock setting menu is set to ON, the automatic time correction function checks and if necessary adjusts the time several times every day. The automatic time correction function only works when the VCR is switched off; it does not work in the timer recording standby mode. If Automatic is set to OFF and Power save to ON (see page 27), the time may not be maintained correctly. In this case, manually adjust the clock. If Automatic is set to ON and Power save to ON, the Automatic time correction function does not work while the VCR is turned off. However, as soon as it is turned on, the Automatic time correction function is activated and the clock is set correctly.
Other Convenient Functions (Various Settings)
For Automatic Display on the TV Screen of the TV Station Information, etc.
1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu on the TV screen.
Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Functions then press the OK button R.
OSD Power save VCR display AV2 TV system Language Country
: : : : : : :
ON OFF DIMMED DECODER PAL English others
5 Tape length indicator At each press of the TAPE button B, the selected tape length is indicated. 2E-180: For E30, -60, -90, -120 and -180 tapes E-195: For E195 tape E-240: For E240 tape E-260 1: For E260 and -300 tapes Even if you have selected the correct tape length, the remaining tape time may not be indicated correctly with certain kinds of cassettes. 6 Tape running display Stop
Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select OSD and the entry field for OSD in this order. Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select ON. The TV station information, type of sound system of the programme being watched and the sound playback mode are displayed on the TV screen. Press the OK button R to conclude the setting. Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
Rewind Fast Forward Playback Recording Repeat Playback
Indications that Can Be Displayed on the TV Screen with This Function: At a press of the OSD/DISPLAY button 5, the following indications appear on the TV screen.
7 Present time/Tape counter/Remaining tape time/Index Search/One-Touch Recording (OTR) /Playback Off Timer Function Present time Tape counter Remaining tape time Index Search One-Touch Recording (OTR) Playback Off Timer Function 17:24:31 p2:35.47 REMAIN 2:02 OTR 60 30
Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select VCR display and the entry field for VCR display in this order. Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select the desired condition. When the VCR is switched off, the brightness of the VCR display is as follows: ON: Indications are brightly lit. OFF: Indications are not lit. DIMMED: Indications are dimly lit. Press the OK button R to conclude the setting. Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
To Set the Type of External Source Equipment that Is Connected to the AV2 21-pin Scart Socket
Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select AV2 and DECODER, TIMER or EXT in this order. Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select the type of external source equipment which is connected to the VCRs AV2 21-pin socket. Set the external source equipment as follows: DECODER: When a decoder is connected. TIMER: When a digital receiver is connected. When this is set, it is possible to have timer recordings for a Digital Receiver execute automatically simply by switching the Digital Receiver into timer standby mode and then switching this VCR into timer recording standby mode. (See page 12.) EXT: When another VCR or a satellite receiver is connected.
To Set the Colour TV System Used During Playback or Recording from an External Source
: : : : : : : ON OFF DIMMED DECODER PAL English others
1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu on the TV screen. Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Functions then press the OK button R. Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select Country and the entry field for Country in this order.
Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Functions then press the OK button R. Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select TV system and PAL/MESECAM in this order.
Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select the type of colour TV system (PAL or MESECAM) to be used during playback or during recording from an external source. Press the OK button R to conclude the setting. Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select the desired country. Pressing the Cursor button (4) P repeatedly changes the indication in the following order:
others Italia Nederland Svizzera Belgi France Norge Suisse Belgique Espaa sterreich Schweiz Sverige Belgien Danmark Deutschland Portugal Suomi
Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu on the TV screen. Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Functions then press the OK button R. Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select Language and the entry field for Language in this order.
ON OFF DIMMED DECODER PAL English Main menu others
Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select the desired language. Pressing the Cursor button (4) P repeatedly changes the indication in the following order:
English Suomi Deutsch Norsk Franais Dansk Italiano Nederlands Espaol Svenska
Playback Does Not Work Properly
Other messages may also appear. Follow the instructions given on the TV screen. The symptom descriptions are given between quotation marks . The playback picture is distorted or in black and white. Or, horizontal noise bars appear in the picture or horizontal lines move up and down. The tracking adjustment is not correct. Adjust the tracking. (See page 32.) The TVs video playback channel has not been tuned correctly. Re-tune the video playback channel. The video heads are clogged or worn. Consult your dealer for advice. The playback picture is distorted when using an E300 type video cassette that was recorded in the LP mode. We recommend that you use video cassettes other than type E300.
Recording Is Not Possible or Does Not Work Properly
The symptom descriptions are given between quotation marks . When recording is attempted, the 1 indication flashes. A video cassette with a broken out erasure prevention tab is used. Use a cassette with an intact tab, or if you want to erase the previously recorded contents on the cassette, cover the tab hole with two layers of adhesive tape. The playback picture of a recorded programme is distorted or no picture can be seen. The aerial or aerial lead connection is defective. Check the connections. If the picture displayed on the TV is also distorted, there is something wrong with the installation of the aerial. No programme was recorded because the VCR is not tuned correctly. Tune it correctly. No programme was recorded because the AV input (A1 or A2) was selected on the VCR. Select the programme position of the desired TV programme. Timer recording does not work correctly. Time and date are not set or they are set incorrectly. Set the time and date correctly. The starting time or ending time of the timer recording were not programmed correctly. Set the starting time or ending time correctly. The VCR was not put in the timer recording standby mode. After programming a timer recording, press the TIMER REC button C to put the VCR in the timer recording standby mode. Recording from an external source connected to the VCRs AV input cannot be made. The correct AV input (A1 or A2) is not selected. Select the correct AV input (A1 or A2). The connections from the external source are not made correctly. Correct them. (See page 18.)
Adjusting the Playback Picture
Under normal conditions, the VCR automatically adjusts the playback picture for optimum quality. However, in some cases it may be necessary to adjust it manually. If the Picture Contains Noise Bars and It Is Not Clear to See (Tracking adjustment): If noise bars appear during normal playback, slow playback or still playback, follow the operations below. During normal or slow playback, press the Channel button M I (s) or J (i) until the bars noise disappear. If the noise bars appear during still playback, switch the VCR over to the slow playback mode and then adjust the tracking as explained above.
Playback picture containing noise bars
To Return to Auto Tracking: Press the Channel buttons M I (s) and J (i) simultaneously.
If the Still Picture Scrolls Up or Down (V-Lock Adjustment): If the still picture scrolls up or down, perform the following operation. During still playback, keep the Channel button M I (s) or J (i) pressed until the picture stops scrolling.
Precautions: With certain TV models and tapes, it may not be possible to adjust the tracking. If you play back a cassette that was recorded on another VCR, the picture quality may be inferior and it may be necessary to adjust the tracking. Also, on some TVs, the picture may scroll up and down in the special playback functions. However, these are not malfunctions.
The Remote Control Does Not Work Correctly
The symptom descriptions are given between quotation marks . The remote control does not work correctly. The remote control signal cannot reach the VCR. Aim the remote control at the VCR and make sure that the infrared beams path is not obstructed. The distance to the VCR is too long. Use the remote control within 7 metres from the VCR. If you are using it within this range but the remote control still cannot operate the VCR, replace the batteries. The batteries are exhausted. Replace with new batteries. The batteries have been inserted with reversed polarities (+/-). Insert the batteries correctly. (See page 4.) Power save setting is ON. Set Power save to OFF. (See page 27.)
Be sure to read the cautions carefully before you operate this VCR. Avoid sudden changes in temperature If the VCR is moved suddenly from a cold to a warm place, condensation may form on the tape surface and inside the VCR. If this happens, leave the VCR at room temperature for at least 1 hour before operating it. Avoid humidity and dust Do not use the VCR in very humid or dusty places. This may cause damage to its internal parts. Do not cover the ventilation holes The ventilation holes prevents excessive heat build-up inside the VCR during extended periods of use. Do not block these holes; especially avoid covering them with soft materials such as paper or cloth. Keep the VCR away from high temperatures Keep the VCR away from extreme heat such as direct sunlight, heating radiators, or closed automobiles. Avoid magnets or magnetized objects Never bring a magnet or magnetized object close to the VCR because this could adversely affect the performance of the VCR. When using the VCR together with other equipment, keep as much distance as possible between them to prevent them from adversely affecting each others performance. No fingers or other objects inside Touching internal parts of the VCR is dangerous, and may seriously damage it. Do not attempt to disassemble the VCR. There are no user serviceable parts inside. Keep water away Keep the VCR away from flower vases, tubs, sinks, etc. Caution: If water or some other liquid is spilled into the VCR, serious damage could occur. If you spill any liquid into the VCR, consult qualified service personnel. Lightning To avoid damage by lightning, disconnect the aerial plug from the VCR during lightning storms. Cleaning the VCR Condensation may form in the following cases: If the VCR is in a room that was very cold before the heater has just been turned on. If the VCR is in a room with steam or high humidity. If the VCR is brought from cold surroundings into a wellheated room. The VCR is suddenly brought from cool surroundings, such as an air-conditioned room or car, to a place which is hot and humid. Note: In any of the above-mentioned conditions, do not operate the VCR for at least 1 hour. This VCR is not equipped with a dew sensor. Video head clogging The video heads record the picture signals on the tape during recording and read picture signals from the tape during playback. They are, therefore, of critical importance for the picture quality. If the VCR is used for a very long time, these heads may become dirty and clogged with dust and fine particles from the tape coating. In such a case, the signals can no longer be recorded correctly, and the playback picture will be distorted accordingly. This is the case, for example, if during the playback of a tape, which you know to have excellent recording quality, the picture and sound quality are inferior. When such a symptom occurs, have the recorder checked by qualified service personnel.
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