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1st click the "mode" button on the TV or remote then use the vol. up and down buttons to scroll around until you get to DTV mode then press "enter" on the remote you should get a message "please run channel auto scan" . click "Menu" on the remote the "Picture" screen will come up, keep clicking the vol. up button to scroll past "Audio" then "Setup" then to "Channel" then use the CH up or down buttons to scroll to "Air" click OK , then use the CH down button to scroll to "Scan all channels" then click the vol. up button. it then should start scanning, FYI you have to be fast!
Some of their very old sets the video input was located on channels in the 90's; Try scrolling down from 99 to 90 to see if you locate the video input; this is just the way they did things in the older sets.
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Most RCA and GE TV sets use a four digit code to control the v-chip.
The code reset is different depending on the model. Try each number
until you find the one that works for you.
Hold down the
MENU button on the remote and VOLUME DOWN button on the TV it's self at
the same time for at least 4 seconds. The set won't say so, but the lock
will be unlocked
Hold down the 0 (zero) button on the remote
and the VOLUME DOWN button on the TV itself at the same time for at
least 4 seconds. The set won't say so, but the lock will be unlocked
down the MENU button on the front of the TV and the TV button on the
remote at the same time for at least 4 seconds. 4- Hold down GO BACK
button on the remote and MENU button on the front of the TV at the same
time for at least 4 seconds.
Hold down EJECT button on the
front of the TV set and the MENU button on the remote at the same time
for at least 4 seconds. Depending on the model, one of the methods
should unlock the V-chip. Now, if desired, you can change the settings
on the V-chip by going to the MENU and going to PARENTAL CONTROLS, or on
some sets, going to MENU and then going to TV SETUP, then to V-CHIP
your rca does it have a button for cable. then you can program your tv remote to work with the cable box. go to the manual and try all the codes for rca tv. if this does not work then you have to try it manually. have them give you a different adapter. it might be in the box or remote.
Bring up your video menu, make sure the cable/antenna mode is set correctly. Also do channel search/ auto program. If your AV is operating a DVD player etc., there should be a button to switch from TV to AV. If you are trying to input Cable/Antenna to AV jack you may have it plugged into wrong jack, it should go into 'antenna/cable in' jack. Hope this helps.
switch tv on / point remote to tv /hold down red button at top till light comes on press corrispondin tv button / then red continues till set switch off
press tv button then any number set should work
most all in one codes to corrispond with ur set are on the internet/just type set such as sony /modle number and ask for code
Apparently the 2002 Sharp model TV that I purchased has the closed captioning by default if the mute button is engaged. So there is no solution for my particular model, it has been built in this way. The only solution is not to use the mute button and lower the volume instead.