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Video Cassette Recorder Model No.
Warning and Important Information Controls and Components Connections Tuning the TV to Your VCR Storing TV Broadcasts in Your VCR
Language Setting of the On Screen Display Setting the Clock of Your VCR Settings Using the On Screen Display Option Setting Playback Recording Timer Recording Search Functions Before Requesting Service Specifications
Before attempting to connect, operate or adjust this product, please read these instructions completely.
Warning and Important Information
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. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage, do not expose this equipment to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing and ensure that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the equipment.
Longrun Head System
This longrun head system enables approximately 8,000 hours of recording/playback with high quality images. Newly developed head cylinder with narrower head windows and tapered cylinder design effectively protects heads from dust and prevents head clogging. Plus, [Alumina] Head Cleaner further enhanced cleaning efficiency. Based on in-house tests with Panasonic video cassettes. Actual head life may vary according to conditions of use, tape type, temperature, humidity, etc. Cautions before you operate this VCR Avoid: Humidity and dust. Covering the ventilation holes with soft materials such as cloth or paper. Extreme heat such as direct sunlight. Magnets or electromagnetic objects. Touching internal parts of the VCR. Water or some other liquid. Lightning. (Disconnect the aerial plug from the VCR during lightning storms.) Anything heavy on the VCR. Connecting or handling the equipment with wet hands. Using a cell phone near the VCR because doing so may cause noise to adversely affect the picture and sound. Do: Wipe the VCR with a clean and dry cloth. Install the VCR in a horizontal position. Keep the VCR, TV and other equipment switched off until you have finished all connections. Condensation may form in the following cases: The VCR is brought from cold surroundings into a well-heated 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. Press the POWER button 1 to switch the VCR from on the standby mode or vice versa. In the standby mode, the VCR is still connected to the mains.
Important Your attention is drawn to the fact that the recording of pre-recorded tapes or discs or other published or broadcast material may infringe copyright laws. For your safety Do not remove outer cover. Touching internal parts of the VCR is dangerous, and may seriously damage it. To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Inserting Remote Control Batteries Insert the batteries with the polarity (+ and -) correctly aligned.
Notes: The service life of the batteries is approximately 1 year. However, it varies considerably depending on the frequency of use. When they are exhausted, replace them with two AA, UM3, or R6 size batteries. When the batteries are exhausted, remove them immediately and dispose of them correctly. Make sure that the batteries are inserted with the polarity (+ and -) correctly aligned. Do not mix old battery with new battery. Do not mix different battery types, i.e. Alkaline and Manganese. Do not use rechargeable (Ni-Cd) batteries. Do not heat or short-circuit the batteries. When you do not use the remote control for a long time, take out the batteries and store them in a cool, dry place. Plug in Auto Tuning
During Plug in Auto Tuning
After Plug in Auto Tuning
3 Press the MENU button U.
Storing TV Broadcasts in Your VCR
The VCR is fitted with its own tuner (just like a normal TV) and can be preset to receive up to 99 TV broadcast stations.
Auto Tuning Using the On Screen Display
Introduction The VCR is tuned automatically by Plug in Auto Tuning. However, Auto Tuning using the On Screen Display should be performed according to the following method if necessary. Preparations Confirm that the TV is on and the VCR viewing channel is selected. Turn on the VCR and select any programme position except A1 or A2. Set the VCR/TV switch E to [VCR]. Operations 1 Press the MENU button U to display the Main menu on the TV screen.
MENU LANGUAGE CLOCK SET TUNER PRESET CH ADD&DELETE SYSTEM OPTION SELECT : , OK END :MENU
Plug in Auto Tuning
When the VCR is turned on after connecting the aerial cable and the mains lead, Auto Tuning starts.
Auto tuning searches for TV stations from VHF minimum to UHF maximum and memorizes every tuned programme position. If you turn the VCR off during Auto Tuning, Auto Tuning will stop halfway. If the VCR starts playback during Auto Tuning, Auto Tuning will stop halfway.
Press the Cursor buttons (34 S 34) 34 to select [TUNER PRESET] then press OK button T.
To Cancel Auto Tuning Mid-Operation: Press the MENU button U during Auto Tuning. Auto Tuning is cancelled. To Restart Plug in Auto Tuning: 1 Press the EJECT button X and remove the video cassette. 2 Keep the Channel buttons N on the VCR pressed simultaneously for 3 seconds or more during the VCR on. The channel displayed on the VCR display disappears for a moment then changes to 1.
Press the Cursor buttons (34 S 34) 34 to select [AUTO TUNE] then press the Cursor buttons (21 S to start 21) 21 the Auto Tuning. When Auto Tuning is completed, the On Screen Display disappears and programme position 1 is selected.
TUNER PRESET CH 1 CLEAR AUDIO SYSTEM COLOUR SYSTEM AUTO TUNE SEARCH FINE SELECT:
[OFF] [BG] [AUTO] 
SEARCH 100 END: MENU
The number displayed here is the number of channels still to be auto tuned.
Channels that can be Received
SYSTEM B G CCIR Standard (B.G.H) Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China, UK (I) East Europe (D.K.K1) China (D)
CATV S01S05 M1M10 U1U10 S21S41
Disconnect the mains lead and then reconnect it. Turn off the VCR and then turn it on. Auto Tuning commences.
If Auto Tuning stops halfway by turning the VCR off, playback or a power failure: 1 Disconnect the mains lead and then reconnect it. 2 Turn off the VCR and then turn it on. Auto Tuning commences.
Notes: Auto Tuning searches for TV stations from VHF minimum to UHF maximum and memorizes every tuned programme position. Other programme positions are skipped. Auto Tuning takes five or more minutes to complete its search. If the VCR is not correctly tuned by Auto Tuning, follow the procedure on page 8.
Manual Tuning Procedure
1 Press the MENU button U to display the Main menu on the TV screen. Press the Cursor buttons (34) S to select [TUNER PRESET] then press OK button T. Press the Cursor buttons (34) S to select [CH] then select the channel number you want tuned by pressing the Cursor buttons (21) S. Confirm that [CLEAR] is set to [OFF]. Press the Cursor buttons (34) S to select [AUDIO SYSTEM] then select the broadcasting system by pressing the Cursor buttons (21) S. BG: I: DK: 6 PAL B.G.H/SECAM B.G PAL I PAL D/SECAM D.K.K1
Follow steps 1 to 3 of Manual Tuning Procedure. 6 Confirm that [CLEAR] is set to [OFF]. Press the Cursor buttons (34) S to select [SEARCH]. Press the Numeric buttons 2 to enter the number of the desired programme position. For other channels that require tuning, repeat steps 36. Press the MENU button U twice to exit the On Screen Display.
Fine Tuning Procedure
Follow steps 1 to 3 of Manual Tuning Procedure. 4 Press the Cursor buttons (34) S to select [FINE] then press the Cursor buttons (21) S to obtain the best tuning condition. Press the OK button T to return the tuning to its former state. Press the MENU button U to exit the On Screen Display.
CH 2 FINE
Press the Cursor buttons (34) S to select [COLOUR SYSTEM] then select [AUTO] by pressing the Cursor buttons (21) S. The VCR automatically distinguishes between PAL and SECAM broadcasts. If the picture lacks colour when [AUTO] is selected, select [MESECAM] or [PAL]. Press the Cursor buttons (34) S to select [SEARCH] then press the Cursor buttons (21) S to start the Manual Tuning. If the desired TV station has not been tuned, press the Cursor buttons (21) S again. Press the MENU button U and repeat steps 37 for each programme position you want to tune to a station.
AFC: OK END: MENU
Blanking of Unused Programme Positions
Follow steps 1 to 3 of Manual Tuning Procedure. 4 Press the Cursor buttons (34) S to select [CLEAR] then press the Cursor buttons (21) S to select [ON]. Repeat steps 34 for other unused programme positions to skip during the selection of programme positions. To cancel the blanking of a programme position select that programme position then set [CLEAR] to [OFF]. Press the MENU button U twice to exit the On Screen Display.
To Play back S-VHS Cassette Tape (SQPB=S-VHS Quasi Playback)
It is also possible to play back tapes recorded in the S-VHS system. Some picture noise may occur depending on the type of tape used. It is not possible to fully obtain the high resolution that S-VHS is capable of. It is not possible to record in the S-VHS system with this VCR.
To Play Back a Recorded Part Repeatedly
Press the REPEAT button P. Repeat Playback function does not work during Play-Off Timer. To Cancel the Repeat Playback Mode: Press the Stop button F.
To Stop Playback Automatically (Playback Off Timer Function)
If you set the playback duration, the playback will stop automatically. After the set playback time has elapsed, the VCR automatically stops playback and switches off. To Activate the Playback Off Timer Function: During normal playback, press the Play button 7 on the VCR for more than 2 seconds to put the VCR in the Playback Off Timer mode. After that, press the Play button 7 on the VCR repeatedly until the desired playback duration is displayed on the VCR display. Repeatedly pressing this button changes the indication in the following order:
Counter display (normal playback mode) (min.) (min.) (min.) (min.) (min.) (min.)
The VCR will automatically switch off when Play-Off Timer is completed. To turn the VCR on again, press the POWER button 1. Notes: The Play-Off Timer function works during normal playback. When the tape reaches its end during Play-Off Timer, the tape will be rewound to the start and the VCR will turn itself off. To Stop Midway: Press the Stop button F.
Tapes recorded in the NTSC system can be played back with this VCR via a PAL system TV. Select [NTSC PB SELECT] from the On Screen Display according to the colour TV system of the TV. (See page 12.) NTSC 3.58 recording requires [NTSC INPUT SELECT] to be in the AUTO or 3.58 position (see page 12), however if [NTSC INPUT SELECT] is in this position when recording a NTSC 3.58 signal, no colour is available for the PAL TV. Once the recording is completed, you then need to select [on PAL TV] to view the recording in colour on PAL TV. On some TVs, the playback picture may roll up or down; if your TV has V-HOLD control or equivalent adjustment function, use it to adjust the picture. Note for only NTSC Playback on PAL system TV This function is designed to allow only the playback of tapes recorded by NTSC signals on a PAL system TV. The NTSC signal is not completely converted to a PAL signal. For this reason, images played back by this function cannot be recorded correctly on other VCRs.
Convenient Automatic Functions
VCR Auto Power On When you insert a video cassette, the VCR switches on automatically. Auto Playback Start When you insert a video cassette with a broken erasure prevention tab, playback start automatically without having to press the Play button 7. VCR-off Playback When the VCR is off, an inserted cassette can be played back by pressing the Play button 7. Auto Rewind When the tape reaches the end, the VCR automatically rewinds it to the beginning. This function does not work during timer recording, OTR Recording and fast-forwarding. Automatic Switching Off and Ejection When the VCR is switched off, an inserted cassette can be ejected simply by pressing the EJECT button X. The VCR will eject the cassette and automatically turn itself off again. VCR-off Search When the VCR is off, the VCR starts intro-jet scan of an inserted cassette by pressing the SEARCH button 6.
To Playback in the Desired Picture Quality (Picture Mode)
This function reproduces optimum playback picture from various kind of recorded tapes and contents. Press the PICTURE MODE button 5 and select the corresponding Picture Mode as follows. Example: Mode STANDARD DYNAMIC SOFT CARTOON Characteristic Normal Clear & Vivid Mild Delicate Example for Purpose TV Programme recorded Scenery, Sports Rental soft tape Cartoon
To Eject Video Cassette Using the Remote Control
Keep pressing the Stop button F for at least 3 seconds.
Pressing the PICTURE MODE button 5 once makes the On Screen Display appear; after that, pressing it repeatedly changes the indication in the following order: STANDARD (Initial Setting) CARTOON DYNAMIC SOFT
Preparations Confirm that the VCR is on. Confirm that the TV is on and the VCR viewing channel is selected. Set the VCR/TV switch E to [VCR]. Operations 1 Insert a video cassette with an intact erasure prevention tab. If it has already been inserted, press the POWER button 1 to turn the VCR on.
To Display the Approximate Remaining Tape Time
The remaining tape time can be displayed in the VCR display. 1 Select [TAPE SELECT] from the On Screen Display and select the corresponding video cassette tape length. See page 12. 2 Press the DISPLAY button > repeatedly until the Remaining Tape Time appears on the VCR display.
Clock Counter Remaining Tape Time
For certain cassettes, the remaining tape time may not be displayed correctly.
Select the TV station using the Channel button N. It is also possible to select by pressing the Numeric buttons 2. Press the REC (REC/OTR) button I (_) to start recording.
To reset the tape counter
Press the RESET button = to reset the tape counter (elapsed time) to [0:00.00]. The tape counter is automatically reset to [0:00.00] when a video cassette is inserted. The tape counter is reset to [0:00.00] when you operate the Jet Rewind function and the tape is rewound to the beginning. Notes: When playing back a cassette recorded in the LP or EP mode, some picture and sound distortion may occur. However, this is not a malfunction. The recording pause mode will be automatically cancelled after 5 minutes and return to the stop mode. The tape recorded in the EP mode on this VCR cannot be played back on the other VCR without EP mode function. On the other VCR (even with EP mode function), when you play back the tape recorded in the EP mode, the picture and the sound may be distorted. However, this is not a malfunction. When a video cassette with a broken off erasure prevention tab is inserted, the  indication will flash to indicate that recording is not possible even if the REC (REC/OTR) button I (_) is pressed.
Press the Stop button F to stop recording.
To Select the Desired Tape Speed
Press the SPEED button B before recording. SP provides standard recording time, SP optimum picture and sound quality. LP provides doubled recording time with slightly reduced picture and sound quality. EP provides tripled recording time with slightly reduced picture and sound quality. When you play back a tape recorded in the EP mode, the monaural sound may be unstable. When you start the recording in the EP mode, [EP] indication on the VCR display flashes for about 8 seconds. EP mode means Super Long Play (SLP).
To Pause Recording
Press the Pause/Slow button J during recording. Press it again to continue recording.
To record on same screen a picture, the present date and time (OSD Recording)
This function allows the picture which you want to record on the video tape, the present date and time are recorded on the same screen. Operations Set [OSD REC] to [ON] (see page 12).
To View One TV Programme while Recording Another TV Programme
After pressing the REC button I to start recording, select on your TV the programme position of the TV programme that you want to view.
Press the REC (REC/OTR) buttons I (_). Press the Stop button F to stop recording.
To Prevent Accidental Erasure of Recorded Contents
Break out the erasure prevention tab after recording. If you insert a video cassette with a broken out erasure prevention tab and press the REC button I, the  indication flashes on the VCR display to indicate that recording is not possible. In this case, cover the tab hole with two layers of adhesive tape.
Note: This function is also activated for Direct TV Recording, OTR Recording and Timer Recording.
To Immediately Record the Same Scenes of Programme That You Are Viewing on the TV (Direct TV Recording)
This function allows you to immediately start recording the same scenes of programme that you are viewing on the TV. Conditions for correct operation of the Direct TV Recording function: Set [DIRECT REC] to [ON] (see page 12). The VCR must be connected to the TVs Audio/Video output socket via Audio/Video cable as shown. AV1 (VIDEO IN ` / AUDIO IN b)
To Select the Recording Duration and Perform Timer Recording (OTR Recording)
OTR means One-Touch Recording and is called this way, because you can start recording and select the recording duration by repeatedly pressing a single button. This is very convenient, for example when you want to start recording immediately but need to go out or want to go to bed. After the selected recording duration has elapsed, recording stops and the VCR automatically switches off. To Perform an OTR Recording: 1 Display the VCR picture on the TV. 2 Insert a video cassette with an intact erasure prevention tab. Press the Channel button N to select the programme position on which the TV programme to be recorded will be broadcast. Press the REC/OTR button _ to start recording. Press the REC/OTR button _ repeatedly to select the desired recording duration. Every time you press this button, the recording duration indicated in the VCR display changes in the following order. For example, if you select , the VCR records a programme from that moment on for 30 minutes.
VIDEO IN L AUDIO R OUT
Audio/Video Output Socket of TV
To Perform Direct TV Recording: 1 Insert a video cassette with an intact erasure prevention tab. 2 Press the DIRECT REC button Q. Recording of the TV programme that you are viewing on the TV starts. In some cases, it may not be possible to change the programme position on the TV during Direct TV Recording. When viewing or displaying the programme from your TV: Do not press the AV button 3,Numeric buttons 2 or Channel button N during Direct TV Recording, otherwise the recording may not be performed correctly. When viewing or displaying the programme from your VCR: It is possible to select and view any other TV programme from your TV while the Direct TV Recording continues. After pressing the DIRECT REC button Q to start recording, select on your TV the programme position of the TV programme that you want to view. 3 Press the Stop button F to stop recording.
Counter display (normal recording mode) (min.) (min.) (min.) (min.) (min.) (min.)
To Stop the OTR Recording Before the End: Press the Stop button F.
Notes: The OTR function works during normal recording and Direct TV Recording. When the tape reaches its end during OTR recording, the VCR will turn itself off.
Recording from an external source
This function can be used to make up an edited tape from other recordings or video sources. A new scene can be added to the end of previous one. Recording VCR AV1 (VIDEO IN ` / AUDIO IN b) AV2 (VIDEO IN Y / AUDIO IN Z)
Operations 1 Press the Play button 7 to start playback. 2 At the point where you want to join a new scene, press the Pause/Slow button J to put it in the still playback mode. Press the REC button I to put it in the recording pause mode. Start playback on the source unit and search for the point from which you want to record (copy) onto this VCR. When that point is reached, press the Pause/Slow button J again to start recording the new picture and sound from the playback unit. To record (copy) additional scenes, press the Pause/Slow button J to put this VCR in the recording pause mode and then perform above steps 4 and 5 again. At the point where you want to stop recording, press the Stop button F to finish recording.
TAPE PIC REFRESH M
7 Other VCR or Video movie camera
Preparations Connect a video movie camera or another VCR to this VCR as shown. Display the VCR picture on the TV. Insert the cassette on which the copying is to be performed, and make sure that its erasure prevention tab is not broken out. Select the audio source required by pressing the INPUT SELECT button O to set A1 or A2. A1: Through the AV1 (AUDIO IN/VIDEO IN) sockets. A2: Through the AV2 (AUDIO IN/VIDEO IN) sockets on front panel. Use the L and R connectors for operations in the normal (monaural) mode.
Notes: If you leave the VCR in the recording pause mode for more than 5 minutes in step 3 or 6, the VCR automatically switches over to the stop mode to protect the video heads. If [DIRECT REC] is set to [ON], connect with AV2 sockets and select A2.
To Delete all of a Cassettes Contents (Tape Refresh Function)
You can delete all of a cassettes contents (the picture, the sound and the Jet Navigator data) all at once. Operations 1 Be sure to set [JET NAVIGATOR] to [ON] when you want to delete all contents of a cassette that is recorded while setting [JET NAVIGATOR] to [ON]. Be sure to set [JET NAVIGATOR] to [OFF] when you want to delete all contents of a cassette that is recorded while setting [JET NAVIGATOR] to [OFF] or is recorded on another VCR. (See page 12.) 2 Insert a cassette that you want to delete the cassettes contents. Press TAPE REFRESH button [ for 5 seconds or more to put the VCR in tape refresh standby mode.
TAPE REFRESH START :TAPE REFRESH END:STOP
4 Other Monaural VCR or Video movie camera
Press TAPE REFRESH button [ for 2 seconds or more to start the tape refresh function.
TAPE REFRESH 5 END:STOP
The tape is rewound to the beginning, and it is fast-forwarded with the tape refresh function. When the tape reaches the end, the VCR automatically rewinds it to the beginning. Note: When a video cassette with a broken off erasure prevention tab is inserted, this function is not activated.
Up to 16 timer programmes, including weekly and daily programmes, can be recorded up to one month in advance by setting the timer. 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. Check that the clock is set to the correct time. If it has not been set, refer to page 10. Set the VCR/TV switch E to [VCR]. Example (In case of [JET NAVIGATOR] is set to [ON].): Programme position (channel); 2 Date; 27 October Starting time; 20:02 Ending time; 21:30 Tape speed; LP Category; MUSIC (Present date; 16 October) Operations 1 Press the PROG./CHECK button < to display the menu for timer programme on the TV screen. Press the DATE button 9 to set the date on which the TV programme will be broadcast.
DATE SU CH ON OFF : : SP
Press the SPEED button B to set the desired tape speed. SP provides standard recording time, optimum picture and sound DATE CH ON OFF quality. 27SA 0 : : LP LP provides double recording time with slightly reduced picture and CATEGORY : sound quality. EP provides triple recording time with slightly reduced picture and sound quality. Regarding the [A] indication, refer to page 19. When you play back a tape recorded in the EP mode, the monaural sound may be unstable.
(SU=Sunday, MO=Monday, TU=Tuesday, WE=Wednesday, TH=Thursday, FR=Friday, SA=Saturday)
Daily Timer Recording
In step 2 of 4-Key Programming, select the desired days by pressing the DATE button 9. For example, C
DATE CH ON OFF SU-SA : : SP
A Daily recording from Monday to Friday (MOFR) B Daily recording from Monday to Saturday (MOSA) C Daily recording from Sunday to Saturday (SUSA)
Timer Recording from an External Signal Source
If timer recording is performed by a unit connected to the Audio/Video input sockets, select the A1 or A2 indicator in step 3 of 4-Key Programming for the programme position.
Checking a Timer Programme
The VCR must be turned on, or in timer recording standby mode. Confirm that the TV is on and the VCR viewing channel is selected. 1 Press the PROG./CHECK button < twice. Every time you press the PROG./ CHECK button <, the programme shifts below.
DATE 27WE SU-SA SU 19TU 28TH 30SA CH A ON OFF ::SP ::A ::SP ::EP ::SP ::EP : : : : END:MENU
CH ON OFF A 2 : : SP
If the [DIRECT REC] is set to [ON], A1 is skipped.
Setting other Programmes in Succession
Repeat steps 19 of 4-Key Programming. 3
Press the Cursor button (1) S to display the Category. (When [JET NAVIGATOR] is set to [ON].) Press the Cursor button (1) S again to make the previous display appear. Press the MENU button U to exit the On Screen Display.
DATE 27WE SU-SA SU 19TU 28TH 30SA
ON OFF ::::::::::::: : : : END:MENU
Programming a Timer Recording of a TV Programme Until its End (Tape Speed Auto Change Function )
When you have found the programme that you want to view, press the Play button 7 to start normal playback.
To Cancel the Intro-Jet Scan or to Stop Playback: Press the Stop button F.
[The picture is noisy or is not in color. Horizontal bars or lines run down the screen.] Tracking is not correct. Adjust the tracking. See page 23. The TV has not been tuned to the VCR. Tune the TV to the VCR. See page 6. The video heads are clogged or worn. Consult your dealer for further advice. The playback picture is distorted when using an E300 type video cassette that was recorded in the LP or EP mode. We recommend that you use video cassettes other than type E300. The playback picture is distorted when you record the tape in the EP mode using MESECAM system. However, this is not a malfunction. We recommend PAL system for recording in the EP mode.
Recording will not operate correctly The symptom description is indicated in brackets [
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 N I or J 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.
[The 1 indication flashes whenever recording is attempted.] The erasure prevention tab on the video cassette has been broken off. Use a tape with an intact erasure prevention tab, or cover the tab hole with adhesive tape, if the original recording is no longer required. [The picture is recorded with noise or a blank screen.] The aerial or aerial cable is defective. Check the aerial connection to the VCR. See page 5. Check your normal TV picture. If there is no picture, check your aerial. The VCR is not correctly tuned. Retune the VCR. See pages 79. A1 or A2 has been selected. Select the required TV programme. [Timer recording cannot be performed.] The clock or calendar has been incorrectly set. Check the clock and calendar. Set them to the present time. (Note that this is a 24-hour clock.) See page 10. The recording starting or ending time setting is incorrect. Set the recording starting and ending time correctly. The VCR has not been set for timer recording. Press the TIMER (REC) button A after programming for timer recording. [AV external recordings cannot be made.] A1 or A2 has not been selected. Select A1 or A2 by pressing the INPUT SELECT button O. External AV connections are incorrect. Check that the connections for external video and audio sources are correct. See page 17. A1 cannot been selected. [DIRECT REC] is set to [ON]. Set [DIRECT REC] to [OFF]. See page 12. The remote control will not operate correctly The symptom description is indicated in brackets [
Playback picture containing noise bars
To Return to Auto Tracking: Press the Channel buttons N I and J 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 N I or J 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.
Dirt on the video heads
If the video heads get dirty, pictures will not be recorded or played back clearly. (See the following conditions.) Normal picture Small amount of dirt Large amount of dirt
[The remote control does not operate correctly.] The remote control transmitter beam is not reaching the VCR. Ensure that the remote control is being pointed at the VCR and that the transmitter beam is not obstructed. The distance is too far. Use the remote control within 7 m of the VCR. The batteries are exhausted. Replace the batteries. Note the precautions for replacement on page 2. The batteries are incorrectly fitted with (+/-) reversed. Fit the batteries correctly as shown on page 2.
If this happens, insert and eject a cassette 510 times successively to remove the dirt from the video heads. If the problem still persists after performing above, contact a service personnel to request assistance.
Power Source: Power Consumption:
110240 V AC 50/60 Hz 12 W
Video Recording System: Video Heads: Audio Heads: Tape Speed: Tape Format: Record/Playback Time:
2 rotary heads, helical scanning system 4 heads 2 heads (Hi-Fi) PAL SP; 23.39 mm/s LP; 11.7 mm/s NTSC SP; 33.3 mm/s EP; 11.1 mm/s VHS tape PAL SP; 240 min with NV-E240 PAL LP; 480 min with NV-E240 PAL EP; 720 min with NV-E240 approx. 60 s with NV-E180 (FF/REW) approx. 43 s with NV-E180 (Jet Rewind)
EP; 7.8 mm/s
VIDEO Television System: Modulation System: Input Level: Output Level:
CCIR; 625 lines, 50 fields, PAL colour signal EIA; 525 lines, 60 fields, NTSC colour signal Luminance; FM azimuth recording Colour signal; converted subcarrier phase shift recording VIDEO IN (PHONO); 1.0 Vp-p, VIDEO OUT (PHONO); 1.0 Vp-p, RF Modulated; UHF channel E21E69,
75 ohm, terminated 75 ohm, terminated 75 ohm
AUDIO Input Level: Output Level: Audio Track: Video Horizontal Resolution: Signal-to-Noise Ratio: Dynamic Range: Audio Frequency Response: Wow and Flutter: Operating Temperature: Operating Humidity: Weight: Dimensions: Standard Accessories:
AUDIO IN (PHONO); s6 dBV, AUDIO OUT (PHONO); s6 dBV, 1 track (Normal-mono only), 2channels (Hi-Fi sound-stereo) Colour; more than 240 lines (SP) Video; more than 43 dB (SP) Audio; more than 65 dB (Hi-Fi) Audio; more than 90 dB (Hi-Fi audio track) 20 Hz20 kHz/Hi-Fi 0.005% Wrms/Hi-Fi 5oC40oC 35%80% 3.5 kg 430 (W)a89 (H)a277 (D) mm 1 pc. RF Coaxial cable 1 pc. Remote Control 2 pcs. R6 size batteries 1 pc. Audio/Video cable
more than 47 kohm less than 1 kohm
Weight and dimensions shown are approximate. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
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