Thanks to Owner-Manuals.com! This manual was exactly what I needed. As Amana was purchased by Maytag and later by Whirlpool, there was no way to receive it from their websites. I was lucky to find this resource.
Great to be able to set channels again, on an old but stoll fine working TV
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AUDIO In Jack: white jack on the front of the TV/VCR that receives audio from other equipment. Automatic Channel Setup: process in which the TV/VCR memorizes all available channels.Then, when you push the CH(annel) v/w button, you only scan through channels you receive. Auxiliary (AUX): The channel to which you set your TV/VCR during dubbing or when viewing material that is playing on another device that is connected to the TV/VCR (for example, a Camcorder or VCR).The auxiliary (or line input) channel is always channel 00 (AUX). Bands: settings that allow you to tune channels. â¢ Antenna â VHF (very high frequency; channels 2-13) and UHF (ultra high frequency; channels 14-69). â¢ Cable â channels 1-125. Bright: adjusting increases or decreases the brightness of the color on the screen. Color: adjusting pales or brightens the picture color. Contrast: the distinction between the black and white parts of the picture. Dubbing: copying a tape using a separate VCR. HQ: high quality; a circuitry feature that improves picture detail. OTR: One-Touch Recording; a timed recording that starts immediately and records for 30 minutes to eight hours, whichever you specify. Sharpness: adjusting softens or clarifies the picture on the screen. Tape Speeds: how fast the tape travels during playback or recording. â¢ SP (standard play) â fastest tape speed (recording time for a T120 tape is approximately two hours); best picture quality. â¢ LP (long play) â average tape speed; playback only. â¢ SLP (super long play) â slowest tape speed (recording time for a T120 tape is approximately six hours). Allows the most recording time to fit on a videotape. Tint: adjusting changes the tints of the picture from red/purple to yellow/green. VIDEO In Jack: yellow jack on the front of the TV/VCR that receives video from other equipment.