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Your video recorder is equipped with automatic tracking control. During playback, you can override this and adjust the tracking manually by pressing the TV PROG. buttons.
Your video recorder can automatically play back the whole tape 20 times repeatedly.
OVERRIDE AUTOMATIC TRACKING
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Press SP/LP ( tracking.
) on the remote to engage manual
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ACTIVATE REPEAT PLAYBACK
Press PLAY and hold for over 5 seconds, then release. â The Play indicator ( ) on the display panel blinks slowly. â The tape plays 20 times automatically, and then stops.
ADJUST TRACKING MANUALLY
Press TV PROG. + or â to adjust tracking.
RETURN TO AUTOMATIC TRACKING
Press SP/LP ( matic tracking.
) on the remote to re-engage auto-
Press STOP at any time to stop playback.
When a new tape is inserted, the recorder enters the automatic tracking mode automatically.
Pressing PLAY, REW , FF or PAUSE also stops Repeat Playback.
Simply by pressing a single button, the recorder power comes on, rewinds, and begins playback of the last timer-recorded programme. If you have several programmes recorded, you can easily access any of them.
Your video recorder is equipped with NTSC circuitry that can play back NTSC tapes.
LOAD A CASSETTE
Before starting, make sure that the recorder is off and that the Timer mode is disengaged.
Insert a cassette recorded in NTSC.
ACTIVATE INSTANT REVIEW
Press PLAY. âNTâ appears on the display panel.
Press REVIEW. The recorder power comes on and the
recorder searches for the index code indicating the start of the last timer-recorded programme. Once itâs found, playback begins automatically. The front display panel tells you how many programmes have been recorded. If you have, for example, 3 programmes, âREV 3â appears and blinks. To watch the first of the 3 programmes, press REVIEW three times. The recorder searches and begins playback automatically. You can access a programme as far as 9 index codes away from the current tape position.
Instant ReView is not possible while the recorder is in the Timer mode.
â Some TVs shrink the picture vertically and place black bars at the top and bottom of the screen. This is not a malfunction on the part of either the video recorder or the TV. â The picture may roll up and down. This can be corrected using the V-HOLD control found on some TVs. (This cannot be corrected if the TV does not have a V-HOLD control.) â The counter and tape remaining time readings will be incorrect. â During search, still, or frame-by-frame playback, the picture will be distorted, and there may be a loss of colour. â Depending on the type of TV, the top and bottom portions of superimposed displays may be cut off during NTSC playback.