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Connecting VCR without scart cable
1 Remove the aerial cable plug from your TV set and insert it
socket at the back of the video recorder.
2 Plug one end of the aerial cable provided into the 3
socket on the video recorder and the other end into the aerial input socket on your TV set.
3 Insert the female plug of the mains cable into the mains
* Adjusting the modulator frequency: If the picture quality only deteriorates when the video recorder is switched on, adjust the modulator frequency. The frequency can be adjusted at step 6 with the P r or the P q button. Confirm the adjusted frequency with the OK button. *Automatic adjustment of modulator frequency: If you press the I button in step 6 , the next optimal modulator frequence will be selected automatically. Confirm the frequency displayed with the OK button. * Switching off the modulator: If you cannot eliminate picture or sound interference using the above method you can switch off the built-in modulator. You should only do this if you have connected the video recorder to the TV set with a scart cable. âConnecting VCR without scart cableâ is not possible when the modulator is switched off. At step 6 , press the CLEAR (CL) button for several seconds until âMOFFâ (modulator switched off) appears in the display. You can switch back again in the same way.
at the back of the video recorder.
Important notes for operation
â¢ Many televisions automatically switch to programme number âEXTâ (EXTernal) or âAVâ (Audio/Video) when a video cassette is played back. If the television does not switch automatically, select programme number e.g.: âEXTâ, â0â, or âAVâ on the TV set â¢ manually. Keep your video recorder connected to the mains at all times to ensure that programmed recordings can be made and that the television functions normally. The power consumption required will only be approximately 6 W (save energy mode). The video recorder switches on automatically as soon as you insert a cassette or press the P q button. If the video recorder is not used for a few minutes, it switches to standby automatically (except in tuner-mode). If the video recorder is disconnected from the mains, TV channel information will be stored for about 1 year and clock and Timer information will be stored for about 7 hours.
4 Plug the other end of the mains cable into the wall socket. 5 Switch on your TV set and select the programme number
that you have chosen for video playback (see operating manual for your TV set).
6 Ensure that no cassette has been loaded. With the video
recorder switched to standby, hold the SYSTEM button for a few seconds until a modulator frequency e.g.: âM583â(583MHz or UHF-channel 35) appears in the display. The video recorder transmits a test picture on this UHF-channel.
7 Tune in the TV set in the UHF wave band until this picture
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Switch the video recorder to standby with the
You can choose between two methods of switching to standby. Normal method: Switch to standby using the STANDBY m button. The clock time remains displayed. If the clock has not been set, â--:--â appears in the display. To save energy: Press the STANDBY m button twice. The clock time disappears from the display.
Note: This modulator frequency (583MHz or UHF-channel 35) might already be being used by another TV station in your reception area, e.g. âChannel 5â. In this case the picture quality on your TV set will be poor when receiving one or more TV channels.