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There are two methods of timer recording: one uses the internal timer and the other uses an external timer.
Internal Timer Recording
Start time and stop time Bear in mind the following points when setting these times. â¢ When the stop time is set later than the start time: Recording will commence at the start time on the day concerned and stop at the end time on the same day. Example: 8:30 â 17:00 VTR operations after the settings â¢ The unit is in STANDBY mode, and even if other buttons are pressed, their operations are not â¢ accepted. start time and stop time have not been When the set, INT flashes on the display. â¢ Alarm recording is performed in the event of an alarm input even when the unit is in the timer recording standby mode. When alarm recording is completed, the unit is set to the timer recording standby mode. â¢ Even when the power should fail, the start and stop times set for timer recording are stored in the memory provided that the power is restored within a week or so (but only if power has been supplied continuously to the unit for 3 or more days). â¢ When the unit has just been purchased or when it has not been used for a long time, the start and stop times are not stored in the memory. Releasing the internal timer mode Set the TIMER MODE switch to OFF to clear INT on the display. Note: â¢ Since it takes time for timer recording one to start, some moments for recording set the start minute earlier.
â¢ When the start time is set later than the stop
time or the start time and stop time for weekly recording (weekly timer) are the same: Recording starts at the start time on the day concerned and ends at the stop time on the following day. Example: 17:00 â 8:30
â¢ When the start time and stop time are the same
(for weekly recording): Recording starts at 8:30 on the day concerned and ends at 8:30 on the following day. Example: 8:30 â 8:30 To record for an entire day, set the start time and stop time to 0:00. Notes: â¢ Weekly recording (weekly timer) can be set by the day of the week. â¢ When (INTERNAL TIMER REC) on Menu Screen 5 is set to OFF for both the weekly timer and daily recording (daily timer), nothing appears for the start or stop time. Timer recording is considered not to be set.
Internal Timer Recording Operation 1 Check that a video cassette with its tab intact has
4 Set the operation times of the internal timer. â¢ For details on the settings, refer to the sections
on âDaily timerâ or âWeekly timer.â (See page 18.)
2 Check that the TV monitor shows the correct
3 Set the MENU/REC LOCK switch to MENU to
display the menu screens. Press the page button so that the INTERNAL TIMER REC timer setting screen appears on the TV monitor.
[INTERNAL TIMER REC] [TIMER]START SUN OFF MON OFF TUE OFF WED OFF THU OFF FRI OFF SAT OFF DLY OFF END P5 T-M
5 Upon completion of the settings, set the MENU/
REC LOCK switch to OFF. The regular screen is restored.
6 Set the TIMER MODE switch to INT TIMER so that
INT lights on the display. When the time and date for Menu Screen 1 have not been set, a cassette has not been inserted, the timer has not been set, or when a cassette with a broken out tab has been inserted, the buzzer sounds and INT flashes on the display.