Tv works fine for a while then starts running thru channels and inputs for awhile. Then works fine Then repeats same problem.
Unable to turn off and other controls do not work when running thru channels and inputs
The Micro switches are leaky. They are soldered on the control panel in the front. Either replace the panel or the switchs. You can test this by unsoldering all the switchs and leaving the IR Sensor. You can control the set by using the remote remote . If this help let me know.
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Select the input channel for your Fire TV - Turn on your TV and select the input channel for the HDMI port you used to connect your Fire TV. You should then see a loading screen with the Amazon Fire TV logo 4.
Hello. CEC stands for Consumer Electronics Control. This allows you to use one remote control to operate multiple devices that are connected with the HDMI cables. Since all of the equipment worked before the power surge, it is very likely it will work again. We just need to "reset" everything.
Start by unplugging all devices from AC power and disconnecting the HDMI cables. Assuming you are using the TV remote to control everything, pug the TV back into AC Power and turn it on. Go thru all standard setup on the TV as needed (set date and time, scan for channels, etc). Turn the TV off.
Connect the first HDMI device to AC Power, connect the HDMI cable and then turn on the TV and the HDMI device. Check to see if the remote controls both devices. If it does not, go thru the Setup options on the HDMI device (you may need to use the original remote control) and see if there are any settings that apply to the HDMI CEC settings (enbable or turn them on).
Repeat this for additional HDMI devices.
By unplugging both the controlling device (TV) and the controlled device (such as a Bluray/DVD player) and then reconnecting them in the correct order, you should be able to get all devices working on the same remote again.
try setting the tv to channel 3 or 4. if that does not work, try finding a "input" or "source" or video" button on the remote and cycle thru them, this should get you back up and running. remember to have the cable box turned on during this so youll see when it comes back on.
In order to get any of the Freesat channels, you need to connect a Satellite dish to your TV. If you have a Sky dish, you simply need to run an extra Cable from the LNB from the dish and connect to your socket on the back of your TV.
In order to get Freeview channels and Analogue channels, you need to connect a aerial to the back of the TV.
There is a menu option for the TV to start straight to the AV input (your Sky HD box). It is Menu > Setup > Other Settings > Power on Preference. Select 'AV' for your TV to start on Sky HD.
Also even if you have your TV to start on TV, when you turn on your Sky HD box, it should automatically switch to the Sky box.
1. Connect PS3 to your TV
2. Select the Correct HDMI input on your TV
3. Press and hold the [power] button on the PS3
4. perform setup.
These are the steps to setup the video output for the PS3, It is possible that it is set to a resolution that your TV does not support.
If this doesn't work, you may want to contact Sanyo to ask if they have some protection circuit for the HDMI input. Some manufactures TV's will deactivate(turn OFF) the HDMI input under certain conditions. Unplugging the TV or some other procedure usually turns it back ON.
There should be buttons somewhere on the TV itself to switch input modes. Look around where the power button is located and see if there is a menu button you can access. Then use channel up/down and volume up/down to scroll thru modes to find input
The vcr is connected in between the antenna (or cable) and the tv, and
when it turns on its tuner takes control of the signal. Either:
1) press the VCR/TV button on the VCR to let the signal go stright thru
2) Tune the VCR to the channel you want to watch and set the TV to the VCR's input.
3) If you use a coax cable connection to the TV, try switching the VCR to the other channel (3 or 4, switch in the back)
4) Change the TV connection to RCA cables on the A/V inputs.
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