How to keep your VCR from flashing 12:00


Tools required:
Safety goggles Ruler Electrician's tape Scissors
Measure the clock display on your VCR Cut an equal length of electrician's tape Put the tape over the clock display on the VCR.
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wrote:

Won't work right if it's a multifunction display and you want to see the other thing that's displayed there (often tape counter).
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What's a VCR? I just went to Blockbuster and all they have are DVDs.
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On Sun, 25 Mar 2007 19:11:48 -0400, "Charles Schuler"

It's an old-fashioned player for fat, rectangular DVDs with poor audio and video quality, and no menus.
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Another idea is you can put the VCR in the trash, that will also keep it from flashing 12:00. Or you can buy one of the VCRs made in the last 10/12 years that don't even have a clock that flashes 12:00, just a bunch of LEDs for power/timer/record/ and stereo if it's a Hi-Fi model.
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