Question about Olevia LT32HVE 32 in. LCD Television
I have a Olevia in my bedroom and want to move it once a year to the garage where my brothers can watch the game at Thanksgiving. Will I have to reprogram the set when I move it?
Lula, a little sister who loves her big brothers
Wish I had a sister like you -
No, is the answer I would venture. The settings in most modern electronics items is stored in 'flash' memory that requires no power to retain stored information.
The only possible exception is if you are going to depend on an indoor antenna in place of cable or dish input. If that is the case, you may have to tell the set via the setup menu to look for input signal from an antenna instead of whatever source you normally use. Obviously, you would have to change it back after their team loses - Jeez, didn't mean to say that . . .
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
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