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Question How to- VHS to DVD using bush DVRHS02

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Anonymous
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I brough a Bush DVRHS02 and can not find how to record my vhs to DVD.

I do not have the remote and can not find anything on line which has the same button combination as my one.

 image of the front of the unit here:

https://ibb.co/8dxj49r

I need step by step instructions, can anyone help, please going nuts trying to make it work!!!!

Thank you

 
Posted : 18/11/2022 9:54 am
garya
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User manual http://3wires.net/manuals/BushHVRS02.pdf

 
Posted : 18/11/2022 10:44 am
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Thank you for the link, but I have this.

 

It uses the remote to make it work and I don't have the remote.

The instructions do not relate to the buttons on the front, so i am confused.

 

mark

 
Posted : 18/11/2022 11:17 am
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Compatible remote available on Amazon.

 

 

Frank

 
Posted : 18/11/2022 12:50 pm
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I brought a remote it is not the same as the instruction manual as it does not have a screen or some of the buttons.

The actual real remote was more expensive, it was more than the recorder itself, madness.

 

So i am still lost and not sure what to do?

 
Posted : 19/11/2022 4:34 pm
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@marko 

A problem with lots of modern tech is the reliance of the remote. I was only going off the description, if the one you have was sold as compatible either ask the supplier for instructions or return the item.

Sorry not a lot else to offer.

 

Frank

 
Posted : 19/11/2022 5:47 pm
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Unless the remote you bought has a Copy button on it then you will get nowhere. The controls on the front of the machine only offer very basic functions. Another thing to bear in mind is that the disc burners in these and others of this ilk were very short lived failing shortly after the warranty period although they would often still play CDs and DVDs fine.

John.

 
Posted : 19/11/2022 7:50 pm
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That looks like it could be an LG.

LG used to publish their IR and RS232 codes. IR is NEC format.

There were two main variants that affected the IR codes, on the first generation, the IR remote would switch over so that it would send VCR codes or DVD codes depending on what was selected. So a standard LG DVD player remote would work.

The Copy button code I'm sure I could find for you in my library if you wish to pursue this. It probably does something else on another model.

 

 
Posted : 20/11/2022 1:28 am
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