Philips VR676 Installation Menu

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    Hi, I just bought a secondhand Cool Green television and video but I haven't got the manuals. Does anybody know how to get into the installation menu on a VR676? I tried all sorts of button combinations on the menu without success.
     
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    Thanks for the reply but I've already tried that. I did find the manual for the telly on the UK Philips site but I've been through all the video manuals but none of the remotes have the same layout. On all of the later vcr's there is a button labelled 'menu' but the VR676 is older model. I want to change the RF channel because it's sat on top of C5.
     
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    See my reply above to the Pye vcr. Same sort of thing.

    On yours if they are there, press and hold system with vcr off. Press and hold the two buttons joined by a dotted line. Or press and hold the button on the vcr front.

    Sometimes it's the power button being held in with the vcr off.
     

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