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If you have the remote, press the AV/TV button. If you have no button with AV/TV written next to it, look for a symbol that is the outline of a TV with a small + sign in the corner. Or, worse case simply press each button one by one, until you find the one that switches the channel.
If you bring up something on screen you're not sure about, turn the TV off and back on again.
you haven't specified nothing about the model number of your Orion TV. it is needed for us to post a solution before you. Each and every models of TV has different proceeding for tuning. so repost your problem with model number or send me the mocdel number of your Orion Tv by FixYa. OK.
I just fixed one JV-TV2040 monitor that worked intermittently. Turns out the AC power adapter was bad. The wire was cracked inside the strain relief where it goes into the adapter. You can either replace the adapter with a suitable replacement or do like I did and carefully hacksaw the case open, chop out about 4 inches of bad cable, and resolder to the circuit board. I glued the repaired unit back together with silicone glue.
Verticle output transistor. It will be mounted to a heat sink. t should have Verticle stamped on the circuit somewhere near the Transistor. Locate the numbers on tht Tansistor and let me know what numbers and letters are, and i will post a link to where you can buy a replacement.
if your are a technician , you will be able to do that. remove the back, carefully remove the main board, plug the tv. with the multimeter on DC voltage, check the voltage at that point . If you find a 10V , the capacitor will be 16V, if 12V the capacitor will be 25V. in general the capacitor have to be electrolytic and have more than 470microfard.
As am not conversant with the type set mentioned,I can only suggest u check if the video-out/rec-out connexion has a switch on the remote or manual,check that you connect to vcr line in and set your monitor to view vcr output, good luck.