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Re: sanyo tv ds27820
Maybe your connection is wrong,look at back of your dvd player and find the yellow socket and that's a video the red and white is for the sound. using the color coding connect your dvd to tv, be sure that the terminal that you use is audio/video input
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The set is indicated and seems to be a Sanyo DS27820 and the other expert has a valid idea---have it connected and turn it on and then go to the Menu and SELECT or HIGHLIGHT that input in order for it to see the input.
I would also suggest trying it on more than one if the first does not work.
Unfortunately you need the original remote. There is still a good chance you can find a Sanyo universal remote. Check your local Circuit city or Super K mart or Walmart and look inthe electronics sections. I have often seen the Sanyo universal remote! And yes it will have the options you are looking for. Good Luck!
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According to the specs on epinions.com, no, this TV does not have a digital tuner. So, if you use a rooftop TV antenna (not satellite dish) or an indoor TV antenna, you WILL need an ATSC to NTSC converter box. You need not wait until next year, however, as most U.S. TV stations are also broadcasting digital (ATSC) now.