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PLAYBACK AND RECORDING FEATURES (cont.)
Record One Program While Watching Another
â â:â â TV/VCR
During recording... â Press TV/VCR. The VCR's VCR indicator goes out. (If you are using the RF connection ( pg. 4) to view the output from your VCR, the TV broadcast being recorded disappears.) â If you are using the AV connection ( pg. 4) to view the output from your VCR, change the TV's input mode from AV to TV.
ENGAGE TV MODE
SELECT CHANNEL FOR VIEWING
Use the TVâs channel selector to set the channel you
1 4 7
2 5 8 0
3 6 9
want to watch.
Display Elapsed Recording Time
Before recording starts, press 0000. The counter resets to zero and displays the exact elapsed time as the tape runs.
RESET COUNTER TO ZERO
During recording, press â â:â â at any time to see the elapsed time. All indications corresponding to the current status of the VCR are displayed for 5 seconds. The counter display remains on the screen indicating the elapsed time. Press â â:â â again to remove the display.
DISPLAY ELAPSED TIME ON SCREEN
â Make sure "SUPERIMPOSE" is set to "ON" ( pg. 18). â The indications are not recorded. â Each time you press â â:â â, the indication on the front display panel will also change as follows: counter reading = channel number = clock time. (Channel number is not displayed during playback.)