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JVC HR-J241MS
Owner's Manual


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Description of JVC HR-J241MS Owner's Manual

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.

The manual is available in languages: English

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5

Video Channel Set
Video Channel (RF Output Channel) is the channel on which your TV receives picture and sound signals from the video recorder through the RF cable.

The video recorder is designed to send picture and sound signals via the connected RF cable to your TV on UHF channel 36. After you have turned on the recorder, set your TV to UHF channel 36, fine-tune as necessary, and check if picture and sound being received from the recorder come out clearly or not: ● If clear enough you don't have to perform the following steps. Go to "Installing/Removing the lithium battery" on this page. ● If not UHF channel 36 or neighbouring channels may be occupied by local stations. Perform the following steps to change the Video Channel to another channel between 32 – 40. Before starting, make sure of the following: ● The recorder's power should be off. ● No cassette should be inserted in the recorder. ● The connected TV's power should be on.

2

STOP/EJECT

3

q

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SET TV CHANNEL

1
TEST SIGNAL

Set your TV to a channel between 32 and 40 that you want to use as the Video Channel on the TV.

2
The channel on which the screen to the left appear clearly in step 3 is your Video Channel.

Hold down the recorder's STOP/EJECT button for more than 5 seconds. ● "– OUT" appears on the display panel.

BRING TEST SIGNAL ON SCREEN

TUNE YOUR RECORDER

To view picture signals from the video recorder, set your TV to the Video Channel.

3 4

Turn the RF output channel adjustment screw on the rear panel of the recorder by using a screwdriver until the two vertical bars become as clear as they can be.

EXIT VIDEO CHANNEL SET MODE
Press the recorder's STOP/EJECT button again to finish the setting.

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Be sure to connect the power plug to an AC outlet first before installing the lithium battery; otherwise, the battery's service life will be drastically shortened.

Installing/Removing the lithium battery 1 Make sure that the power plug is connected to an AC outlet
and turn off the VCR power.

2 Open the battery cover while pressing the release tab as 3 Insert a lithium battery with the plus (+) side up and push it
ward using a pointed non-metallic object, then pull out the lithium battery. 4 Close the battery cover until it clicks in place. illustrated. in.

● To remove the lithium battery, press the latch A down-

A

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