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One-Touch Recording 35
The One-Touch Recording (OTR) feature allows you to set an immediate timed recording 30 minutes to eight hours long. Before you begin: q Set up the TV channels at the DVD/VCR. Details are on page 17. q Select a recording speed (SP, SLP) with the SPEED button. q Put a tape in the cassette compartment of the DVD/VCR. Make sure the tapeâs record tab is intact and the tape is long enough to record the program(s). q If the end of a tape is reached during an OTR, the DVD/VCR will eject the tape. The DVD/VCR will switch to DVD mode immediately, and the TIMER SET light will blink. To let the OTR continue, insert another tape in the DVD/VCR. To return to VCR mode, press the TIMER SET button on the front of the DVD/VCR, then press the DVD/VCR OUTPUT button so that the green VCR light appears on the front of the DVD/VCR. q Place the DVD/VCR in VCR mode. Press the DVD/VCR OUTPUT button so that the green VCR light appears on the front of the DVD/VCR. q Place the DVD/VCR in VCR position. Press the VCR/TV button so that the VCR/TV light appears on the front of the DVD/VCR.
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Press the VCR button, then press the CHANNEL o/p buttons or the Number buttons to select the channel you want to record.
Press the RECORD button repeatedly until the desired recording length (30 minutes to eight hours) appears on the screen. Recording will begin immediately. The RECORD light and the TIMER SET light will appear on the front of the DVD/VCR.
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â¢ To check the time remaining for an OTR after the OTR has been set, press the DISPLAY/STATUS/EXIT butâ¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ ton. To change the recording length while an OTR is in progress, press the RECORD button until the desired length appears on the screen. If you begin an OTR when another recording is paused, the OTR will begin. You can not pause an OTR. If the preset time for a timer recording comes up during an OTR, the OTR has priority. A message will remind you when the timer recording was scheduled to begin. You may let the OTR continue; the timer recording will not take place. Or, stop the OTR and press the TIMER SET button immediately. The timer recording will take place if you press the TIMER SET button before the timer recordingâs scheduled start time.
To stop an OTR before recording is finished, press the STOP button. To cancel the OTR but continue recording, press the RECORD button repeatedly until REC appears in the upper left corner of the TV screen. (STATUS must be set to ON. See page 23 for details.) The RECORD light will remain on the front of the DVD/VCR, but the TIMER SET light will disappear. When the OTR finishes, if no timer recordings are set, the TIMER SET light will blink. The DVD/VCR power will turn off automatically. When the power is turned on again, the DVD/VCR will be in DVD mode. To return to VCR mode, press the TIMER SET button, then press the DVD/VCR OUTPUT button so that the VCR light appears on the front of the DVD/VCR. (The TIMER SET light will disappear.)