20 Most Recent Apex Digital GT2715DV 27 in. TV/DVD Combo Questions & Answers


https://www.remotecodelist.com/remotes/ge/RM24912_codes.pdf

Apex Digital... | Answered on Jan 18, 2018


Press DVD button on remote control

Apex Digital... | Answered on Feb 01, 2016


Refer to the instruction manual included with the remote. It should contain the programming codes and instructions.

Apex Digital... | Answered on Jun 19, 2012


1234, if the factory setting...accordianman

Apex Digital... | Answered on Dec 29, 2011


The Parental Code for the APEX GT2715DV is 3308

Apex Digital... | Answered on Dec 29, 2011


try to clean the lens of the DVD player you can buy the lens cleaner kit at your local electronics center or at radio shack .just insert the disk cleaner and play it on the machine...read on the cleaner instruction and follow it..if cd cleaning did not work you have to manually clean it with a cotton buds moistened with alcohol this process requires opening of the back cover...try first the 1st procedure and let me know how it goes good luck!

Apex Digital... | Answered on Sep 27, 2011


Bad optical assembly, or carriage is not seeking "home''....accordianman

Apex Digital... | Answered on Sep 27, 2011


try using the ( * ) star key 4 times

Apex Digital... | Answered on Aug 23, 2011


Hello

Apex TVs use a four digit code to control the v-chip. The override code for many models is 6688. Other sets may not have one, or may have a default code of 1225 instead of an override code.

  1. To use the override code:
  2. Hit the MENU key to get to the menus.
  3. Go down to the SYSTEM menu and hit the right arrow on the remote control.
  4. Once in the SYSTEM menu, go to PARENTAL GUIDE. It will ask for your code.
  5. Enter the override code listed above. From here, you can turn on and off different rating restrictions, as well as set a new code.
No matter what the V-chip code is set to, the override code will still work. If you have a blank screen with a red key on the bottom left, simply press the (function or F) button and the mute button at the same time. This will unlock the screen and allow you to view the channel as desired
OK.

Apex Digital... | Answered on Mar 04, 2011


I had the same problem and all I did was : when it asked for a parental code i put in 6688 and that fixed mine.

Apex Digital... | Answered on Mar 02, 2011


Hi,

Please view this FixYa Tip which outlines the procedure for removing the parental lock when the screen is locked on the Apex TV.

Thanks for using FixYa.

Apex Digital... | Answered on Nov 12, 2010


Hi,

For the full instructions on how to resolve this problem with Apex TVs please see this FixYa Tip.

Please leave a vote for the information if it helps. Thanks.

Apex Digital... | Answered on Aug 07, 2010


U want complete remote functions,buy a original remote.The universal remote,u get,what u get.Try website like Remotes.com to buy the original remote.

Apex Digital... | Answered on Jun 22, 2010


Hello,

TVs and monitors usually incorporate some kind of startup circuit to provide drive to the horizontal output transistor (HOT) until the flyback power supply is running. Yes, TVs and monitors boot just like computers.

There are two typical kinds of symptoms: power on click but nothing else happens or a tick-tick-tick sound indicating cycling of the low voltage (line regulator) but lack of startup horizontal drive.

Check the voltage on the horizontal output transistor (HOT). If no voltage is present, there may be a blown fuse or open fusable resistor - and probably a shorted HOT.

However, if the voltage is normal (or high) - usually 100-150 V, then there is likely a problem with the startup circuit not providing initial base drive to the HOT.

The startup circuits may take several forms:

Discrete multivibrator or other simple transistor circuit to provide base drive to the HOT.

IC which is part of deflection chain powered off of a voltage divider or transformer.

Other type of circuit which operates off of the line which provides some kind of drive to the HOT.

The startup circuit may operate off of the standby power supply or voltage derived from non-isolated input. Be careful - of course, use an isolation transformer whenever working on TVs and especially for power supply problems.

Note that one common way of verifying that this is a startup problem is to inject a 15 kHz signal directly into the HOT base or driver circuit (just for a second or two). If the TV then starts up and continues to run, you know that it is a startup problem. However, this is a risky procedure for both you and the TV.

I have also seen startup circuits that were designed to fail. Turning the TV on and off multiple times would exceed the power ratings of the components in the startup circuit. Some Zenith models have this 'feature'.

When this situation exists, it could be that the circuit is not providing the proper drive or that due to some other circuit condition, the drive is not always sufficient to get the secondary supplies going to the point that the normal circuits take over.

You can still check for bad connections - prod the circuit board with an insulated stick when the problem reoccurs.

Apex Digital... | Answered on Jun 02, 2010


Apex child lock release sequences AT3208 Push and hold the "F" button on the remote and press mute. Release then press 6688 PF2020 Push display for 10 seconds and enter 3308 GT2711 Enter the pass code of 1225 to clear

Apex Digital... | Answered on Apr 16, 2010

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