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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.
Turn on the TV. Insert a tape in the VCR.
POWER VCR/TV EJECT
Insert a tape with its record tab intact in the VCR. 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.
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Press the SPEED button until the desired tape speed appears briefly on-screen. (Details about tape speed are on page 30.)
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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.
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. â¢ If you press the REC(ord)/OTR button when there is not a tape in the VCR, NO CASSETTE will flash onscreen. 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-screen. â¢ Other recording options are on pages 26 - 36. 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 stop recording, press the STOP/p button.