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Bush DVRHS02 channel change?

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Hi
Nor sure if this is the correct forum for combined VCR/DVD recorders - but here goes.
I called in on relatives and got asked to help (doh!) - talk about the blind leading the blind
They have just bought a Bush DVRHS02 combined DVD recorder and VCR. I've got it to the point where it will record digital provided it is set on its (ie the Bush machine's) AV2 channel. But I can't find a quick way of going straight to that channel using the remote control. The only way I managed it was to use the +/- keys to cycle through all the channels until AV2 appeared.
While this is not a complete stopper, should it not be possible to go straight to AV2 in the same way I can go straight to channel 2, say?
I tried reading the Bush manual - really - but could not find any info on this.
Can anyone help, please?
Thanks
 

JayCee

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Undecided said:
Hi
Nor sure if this is the correct forum for combined VCR/DVD recorders - but here goes.
I called in on relatives and got asked to help (doh!) - talk about the blind leading the blind
They have just bought a Bush DVRHS02 combined DVD recorder and VCR. I've got it to the point where it will record digital provided it is set on its (ie the Bush machine's) AV2 channel. But I can't find a quick way of going straight to that channel using the remote control. The only way I managed it was to use the +/- keys to cycle through all the channels until AV2 appeared.
While this is not a complete stopper, should it not be possible to go straight to AV2 in the same way I can go straight to channel 2

Does it have a button marked "Input" or "Source" on the remote?
If not simply use the Prog - buttons to go down e.g. Prog02, Prog01, AV2, AV1 as you have found.
 

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