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DVD hook and chaning time on TV

I already hooked up the cables as you stated,but can't get the dvd to be projected on the tv. On my other tv's I scroll to a certain channel that turns the dvd picture/sound on the tv. There are no such instructions in the olivia.manual!!

On the time change, I have accessed the setup menu, but it will not go to the sub-menu for date, and curent time. There is a note at the bottom of page 54"Once marking the Auto Calibration setting, all settings shown on th Date and time screen will be invalid. How do I get aroung that?

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  • chicagoan Sep 12, 2008

    For jaime867.

    What about changing the time on my tv?


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If you are unable to get video when connecting the DVD player using the Yellow, Red and white cables then is more likely that your LCD might be defective. I would suggest to call the manufacturers for additional technical support and if your LCD is less then a year old ask them to fix it under warranty.

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  • Jaime Hernandez Sep 12, 2008

    The instructions to set the time and date should be there. Click here to download the user's guide for a 237T HDTV and see if page # 57 will help you. The model number is different, the set up options are the same.
    You can also do a factory default and start with the initial set up again. See Page # 59.

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