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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Text excerpt from page 9 (click to view)
Setting the Video Channel
This VCR is designed to send picture and sound signal on UHF channel E36 to the TV, through the RF coaxial cable. If you want to change this video channel (E36) to another channel (between E28 to E60), follow the procedure below before turning on the VCR for the first time.

1 Make sure the VCR is turned off and no cassette is inserted. 2 Turn on the TV, and tune it to any channel (UHF E28 to E60) you want to use as the video channel on the TV.
• Select a channel not used in your area.

3 Press STOP/EJECT 7 /0 on the front panel for more than 5 seconds.
The following indication appears on the display.

TV system number starts flashing.

4 Press CH 5 / ∞ to select an appropriate TV system number for your area.
1: For B/G (West Europe, ASEAN Countries, Australia, New Zealand). 2: For D/K (China, Russia, East Europe). 3: For I (Hong Kong, South Africa, United Kingdom).

5 Press 3/OK.
The channel number starts flashing on the display.

Channel number starts flashing.

6 Press CH 5 / ∞ to select the channel you have tuned on the TV as the video channel in step 2.
A test signal (two vertical white bars) appears on the TV.
If you use only external video input (AV) mode to watch the picture from this VCR You can turn off the video channel output. To turn off the video output channel, press CH ∞ until “– –” appears on the channel number position.

Test signal (two vertical white bars)

7 Press 3/OK to finish the video channel setting.
Now you will enter the Initial Setup mode explained on page 11. To watch a picture from this VCR on the TV, select the same channel you have selected as the video channel (in step 2 above) on the TV.

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