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three-step quick start
Three-Step Quick Start
before you start
Check that the VCR is turned off and no cassette is inserted Load the batteries into the Remote Control Refer to the Remote Control diagram on pages 6â7 Unless indicated otherwise, use the buttons on the Remote Control
START AUTO SETUP Press the o button.
what will happen? The display panel on the front of the VCR will show the word âAutoâ. Do not press any button on the VCR or the Remote Control.
Auto Setup is running: donât touch any buttons
The VCR is automatically setting up the tuner channels, clock, the VIDEO Plus+ system assigned Guide Program numbers and the video channel. This only happens the first time that the VCR is turned on.
rf and scart connection If you have chosen to connect the VCR to the TV with both the RF Cable and a 21-pin SCART Cable (not provided) and the TV set is in its AV mode (see the TV manual), you will see the following information displayed on your TV screen:
AUTO SET PLEASE WAIT
Check that the connection is completed Turn on the TV
ENTER/ENTRE E 3
Your TV screen during Auto Setup if SCART is used
SELECT THE VIDEO CHANNEL When Auto Setup has finished, you will see the following display panel on your VCR:
rf cable only If you have only used the RF S-VHS Cable to connect the VCR to the TV, you will VCR REVIEW see this display. The number is the channel on the TV that the Auto Setup has chosen to be the video channel. In the example, we have presumed that channel 36 is vacant and have set the VCR to 36: Now tune the TV set to channel 36 (refer to TV manual if necessary); you should see two vertical white bars appear on the TV screen. If the bars do not appear or are not clear, choose another vacant channel pressing PR button on the Remote Control and try again. If you cannot obtain the vertical white bars on any channel between 22 and 69, consult your local JVC dealer. rf and scart connection If you have chosen S-VHS to connect the VCR to the TV with both the RF VCR Cable and a 21-pin SCART Cable (not provided), REVIEW you need to press the PR button on the Remote Control until the figure reads ââ ââ. This is because you will use the TV in AV mode to view video pictures and therefore do not need a dedicated video channel.
â â:â â
â â:â â
2 5 8
START DEBUT STOP FIN DATE PR
TV PR +
TV PR â
FINISH AUTO SETUP Press and move on to Step 2 to check the results.
oops! If there is a power cut or you accidentally press a button during Auto Setup, turn the VCR off and then on again. Re-perform Auto Setup.