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16 Video Cassette Playback
Read and follow the steps below to play a tape. Turn on the TV and set it to channel 3 or 4, whichever channel the CH3/CH4 switch on the back of the DVD/VCR is set to. Or, if you connected the DVD/VCR to the TV using audio and video cables, select the correct audio and video in channel at the TV. Details are on page 11.
Turn on the TV. Insert a tape in the DVD/VCR.
REPEAT RETURN A-B
cassette compartment of the DVD/VCR. The Power, VIDEO, VCR/TV, and CST. IN lights will appear on the With the DVD/VCR power off, insert a tape in the front of the DVD/VCR. If the tapeâs record tab has been removed, playback will start automatically. If the DVD/VCR power is already on, press OUTPUT SELECT to put the DVD/VCR in VCR mode if necessary. The green VIDEO light will appear on the front of the DVD/VCR.
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If playback does not start automatically, press VCR, then press PLAY B (o). Press STOP C (p) to stop playback.
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Press REW h (s) to rewind the tape. After the tape stops, press STOP/EJECT on the DVD/VCR to remove the tape.
Press STOP/EJECT on the DVD/VCR.
â¢ If the tape you want to play is already in the DVD/VCR, make sure the DVD/VCR power is on and the DVD/VCR is in VCR mode and VCR position. (The green VIDEO light and the VCR/TV light will appear on the front of the DVD/VCR.) Press VCR, then press PLAY B (K). â¢ Other tape playback options and features are on pages 39-46. â¢ When you play a tape recorded in S-VHS format on this unit, you can not get the high resolution that would be available on an S-VHS VCR. Noise lines (black and white streaks) may appear on the picture. â¢ If REPEAT PLAY is ON, playback will begin automatically when you insert a tape, even when the record tab is intact. Details are on page 39. â¢ You must connect the DVD/VCR to a TV using the RF coaxial cable or the audio/video cables in order to use the VCR features.