Before Operation - VCR part
Using your DVD+VCR for the very first time
Tuning in a video channel on your
For the following steps we assume that you have just
connected your DVD+VCR for the very first time.
To make tuning TV stations an easy task your DVD+VCR
incorporates the Automatic Channel Memory
System (ACMS).This system will automatically tune,
store TV channels in your DVD+VCR.
Video channel (RF output channel) is the channel on
which your TV receives picture and sound signals from the
DVD+VCR through the RF cable.
If you have used a SCART lead you will not have to tune
yourTV, simply select the AV channel.The AV channel is
already pre-tuned for optimum video playback on yourTV.
Make sure that you have correctly installed your
Perform the following steps only if interference appears in
the TV picture after you have moved to a different area or
a new station has started broadcasting in your area, or if
you change the connection from RF connection to AV
connection, or vise versa.
Press 1 to turn on your DVD+VCR.
If the initial Menu Screen doesn’t appear on screen, make
sure that you have tuned your TV to a video channel. Or if
this is correct it may mean that your DVD+VCR is already
Turn on DVD+VCR andTV.
1 Set the vacant position 36 on yourTV.
Press 1on the remote control to enter the standby
mode (the clock indicator will be dimmed).
Press OK to start the automatic tuning process.
Press and hold CHANNEL 3 or 4 on the DVD+
VCR for more than 4 secs.
RF 36 will appear in the DVD+VCR display.
The following picture will be displayed on the TV screen.
Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus from
If the picture is snowy, move to step 5. If the picture is
clean, press 1 on the DVD+VCR to finish.
Press CHANNEL 3 or 4on the DVD+VCR to set
the video channel to a vacant position between 22
and 68 which is not occupied by any local station in
The RF channel will not change until step 6 has been
Press 1 to store the new RF video channel into the
Now tune yourTV set to the new DVD+VCR RF
If the TV picture was clear in step 4, do not retune your