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Using the Remote Control

MUTE Lowers the volume to minimum level. Press again to restore volume. ON•OFF Turns off a compatible RCA, GE, or Proscan TV.

TV Turns on a compatible RCA, GE, or Proscan TV and puts the remote in TV mode.

VOL +/- Decreases and increases volume level.

Using the INPUT Button

Use the INPUT button to scroll through the available Video Input Channels (LINE1 and LINE2) and regular broadcast signals. The Video Input Channels allow you to view images from a device connected to the DVD/VCR (like a camcorder).

  • 1.

    Press the remote control’s VCR button to enter VCR mode. Make sure that the DVD/VCR is turned ON.

  • 2.

    Press the remote control’s INPUT button to tune to the Video Input Channel. LINE1 represents the rear A/V jacks and LINE2 represents the front A/V jacks).

  • 3.

    To tune back to the broadcast signal you were previously watching through the DVD/VCR, press the INPUT button again.

DVD

ONOF F

Using the remote to Navigate through On-Screen Menus

VCR

TV

GOBACK

VOL

CH

MUTE

RETURN

CLEAR

MENU

S U B T I T LE

T I T LE

TIMER

INFO

GUIDE

1

2

3

4

5

6

AU DIO LOC K

ANGLE

Arrow buttons

OK button

No matter which on-screen display you’re using (the DVD player’s menu, the Info Display that appears during playback, the VCR Main menu, or a disc’s menu), you’ll use the same buttons on the remote control to move through the on- screen display: the four arrow buttons and the OK button. Use the arrow buttons on the remote to move through on- screen menus in the direction of the arrow button (to go right, press the right arrow button; to move left, press the left arrow button, etc.). The arrow buttons are used to highlight an option. Once highlighted, press the OK button to select that menu option.

8

9

0

PLAY MODE

TVVCR FORWARD

7

INPUT

REVERSE

PLAY

RECORD

STOP

PAUSE

AGAIN

Z O OM

OPENCLOSE

S PE ED

SEARCH

Use the arrow buttons to highlight on-screen options. Use the OK button to select an option that is highlighted.

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