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The manual was exactly what I wanted and I found it nowhere else. Thanks!
Having purchased a 1994 Kenwood music system from a Charity shop in 2013 (it was a high end product in its day), I found myself not quite knowing where to plug in what, and how to do this, that and the next thing. I needed a Manual, and after failure with another online 'Manual provider' I found Owner Manuals dot com. Well, I wasn't sure, but it was only $5, and if things didn't work out, I wouldn't have lost much...
But things DID work out. After paying my childrens inheritance money, $4.99, I was sent a Manual for my Kenwood System very quickly. Alas, it was in German, and being Scottish, I could not read it or get my system in order from it...a rapid email to them brought the English Manual in short order, and my retro-system was and IS up and running in it's regulation settings.
I am very grateful to http://www.owner-manuals.com for their quick service and for even having such an obsolete Manual in the first place! If you need a Manual for ANYTHING, try here first. I wouldn't be surprised if I bought a 1928 Marconi radio, and got the user Manual for THAT here too!
I was so happy that the owner's manual was available. It is well written and helped me to use the radio/CD player/recorder without problems. Thanks for making it available.
Excellant!!! Very quick and easy....Best $4.99 I have spent in a very long time..
I highly recommend this.
Thanks so much for the Owner's manual for my Sony PS - FL1. I had purchased the turntable off of eBay. It came in and looked great. Packed well and appeared to be great. I balanced and aligned the tone are and hooked it up. When trying to play a record the tone are would move to the right place and just before it would drop to play it moved back off the edge of the record before touching down. I searched the net for an answer to this issue. No luck. Then I purchased the owners manual and sure enough there was a place to adjust where the stylus touched down. That adjustment solved the problem and saved me a $35 feet to have the player checked out. The manual is well written and easy to understand. It is a must have for anyone with this front loading Sony turntable.
Read and follow the steps below to record a television program.
Turn on the TV and set it to channel 3 or 4, whichever channel the CH3/CH4 switch on the back of the VCR is set to.
1 2 6
Turn on the TV. Insert a tape in the VCR.
Insert a tape with its record tab intact in the VCR.
EJECT POWER MENU STATUS/EXIT CLEAR
1 4 7
MEMORY REC /OTR
2 5 8 0
3 6 9
PAUSE /STILL ALT.CH
Press the VCR button.
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If the VCR light appears on the display panel, go to step 5. If the VCR light does not appear, press the VCR/TV button once.
8 7 9 5
CH. MUTE VCR/TV VCR
Press the SPEED button until the desired tape speed appears briefly on the screen. (Details about tape speed are on page 35.)
SPEED TIME SEARCH TV CBL/DBS ENTER SLOW
Use the CH(annel) o/p buttons or the Number buttons to select the channel to be recorded.
Press the REC(ord)/OTR button once to start recording. The REC(ord) light will appear on the VCR display panel.
â¢ If you press the REC(ord)/OTR button when there is not a tape in the VCR, NO CASSETTE will flash on the screen. â¢ If you press the REC(ord)/OTR button while a tape without a record tab is in the VCR, the VCR will eject the tape and PROTECTED CASSETTE CANNOT RECORD will flash on the screen. â¢ Other recording options are on pages 31-37. â¢ You can change the tape speed during a recording, but some distortion will appear on the tape. â¢ The VCR will record in a preset volume.
To pause the recording, press the PAUSE/STILL button once. The REC(ord) light will flash. To resume recording, press the REC(ord)/OTR button or press the PAUSE/STILL button again. The REC(ord) light will come on again.
To stop recording, press the STOP/p button.