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How do I connect my Sanyo Videoplus+ to my Samsung tv ?

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How do I connect my Sanyo Videoplus+ to my Samsung tv ?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: TV
Expert:  Rusty Hoyle replied 6 years ago.
Hello, my name is Rusty. Can you get a better model number off of the Sanyo machine for me? With that information, I can help you.
Customer: replied 6 years ago.

It's THE-277E.


Look forward to hearing from you further.


Thanks,


Robert


 

Expert:  Rusty Hoyle replied 6 years ago.
Ok, it sounds like you have your inputs and outputs mixed up a bit. Here is how it should be:

Aerial to the TV digital box INPUT.
Coax output of the TV digital box to the antenna INPUT on your VCR.
Coax output from VCR to TV.

Be sure your TV is on the antenna input (source), and tuned to channel 3. Turn on the VCR, and tune it to channel 3. Try watching a movie, and tell me the results.
Customer: replied 6 years ago.

I think I have the aerials correct but it still does not work.


What do you mean by ensuring is on the antenna (source).If I press the source button no 'antenna ' appears.


Do you think I need an outlet Jack ( yellow,red and white ) between tv and digital box ?


Thanks,


Robert


 

Expert:  Rusty Hoyle replied 6 years ago.
What are your choices when you press the source button?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.

TV,Ext,PC,HIM12,HDMI-DEC,AV,Component,HDMI/D I and SUN.


Thanks,


Robert.

Expert:  Rusty Hoyle replied 6 years ago.
Ok, select TV, then play a video, you should see it on the screen. There is no need to add a yellow/red/white cable to the system.

So now the signal goes from the aerial to the digital box, then out of the digital box to the VCR, then out of the VCR to the TV on the TV input.

Make sure your TV is tuned to channel 3 when you play the movie.
When you stop the movie, tune the VCR to channel 3.

Tell me the results.
Customer: replied 6 years ago.

I tried that but it continues showing channel 3 and not the tape although the tape is going round-any other ideas ?


Robert


 

Expert:  Rusty Hoyle replied 6 years ago.
Ok, sometimes the vcr is set to broadcast on channel 4. Please try channel 4, and let me know. It sounds like you're close.
Customer: replied 6 years ago.

Still no go I am afraid.


Robert


 

Expert:  Rusty Hoyle replied 6 years ago.
Ok, something is not right. Please tell me the label where the cables are plugged into on the VCR, and what they are labeled.