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sl9000 and rca vcr1/vcr2
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Post 1 made on Saturday October 7, 2000 at 10:33
jim mikash
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i have had this sl9000 for a couple of years now, great device!
i have been using the vcr button to control my rca vcr and the cbl button for my toshiba vcr, no problems.
just got rid of the toshiba and got a proscan vcr.
since these are both basically rca units i have to use the vcr1/vcr2 function on the proscan remote to operate both vcr's independentely.
when i try to learn the proscan into the cbl button of the sl9000 it's says pass but still will not operate my proscan vcr (set up as vcr2 in the vcr preferences menu).
can anybody help?
what's the thec support phone number?
thx, jim.

OP | Post 2 made on Tuesday October 17, 2000 at 16:12
Mike Gifford
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If you're learning the Proscan into the CBL button on the SL-9000, you may want to try holding down the buttons a little longer while in the LEARN mode. For example:

-Press CBL and SEL/PLAY simultaneously so LEARN appears
-Press the POWER button on the SL-9000 so READY appears
-Press the POWER button on your Proscan remote and hold down for approximately 10 SECONDS instead of the usual 5 SECONDS as instructed in the manual
-Then follow the normal learning procedure. Holding the button down for 10 seconds may be the trick.

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