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I have a triax tx10 satellite receiver and am having problems with the time on the unit. The time is not being maintained correctly. It is not updating at all.

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Ticker along bottom of screen for news channels and sports channels is being cutoff along the bottom. That is, the ticker moves right to left and I can read it but the bottom 10-15% of the letters is...


Hi,

I might need a little more detail to solve this problem - I suspect the problem is an incorrect setting on your cable/satellite receiver (assuming you are using one), but let's start with the TV.

Firstly, switch the TV on and select a channel where you can see the ticker. Then press the "FORMAT" button (above the red REC/CONNECT button) on your Mitsubishi remote control. This will change the screen aspect ratio and the current setting will be displayed on screen. Each time you press the FORMAT button the screen size should change.

The screen aspect ratio settings for your TV are STANDARD, EXPAND, ZOOM, STRETCHED and NARROW. Press the FORMAT button repeatedly until "STANDARD" is displayed on the screen. If the ticker is still cut off, you need to change the aspect ratio setting on your cable/satellite receiver.

Please note: If the TV will only allow you to select STANDARD, this is not a fault. It simply means that the aspect ratio cannot be changed on the TV because it's displaying a picture from an external source, i.e. a cable/satellite receiver.

You should then look for a button on the front of your cable/satellite receiver or the cable/satellite remote control marked "FORMAT" or "ZOOM". When you have located this button, try pressing it repeatedly until the ticker is both fully on the TV screen and the picture covers the entire screen.

If you don't have a FORMAT or ZOOM button for your cable/satellite receiver or you are unable to set the picture size correctly, leave the TV set to STANDARD and then reply to me with the brand and model number of your cable/satellite receiver. I will then be able to assist you with finding the correct picture settings and give instructions on how to set these correctly.

I hope this helps - please post back here if you need further assistance.

Regards,
BElectric

Jan 15, 2011 | Mitsubishi WS-73909 73" Rear Projection...

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HD channel picture is clear, but regular digital picture scramble


o.k. check all your connections
if you have a newer house check to see if you have a main hub in a closet somewhere and check all connections. Check your hd receiver and you may be able to chage the DPI the receiver receives in.

I have this problem on some of my non HD channels, also. So much for going digital. I get fuzz and pixel problems "from time to time", but, if it is really bad and consistent your should call your service provider.

Things to ask also ? are you using cable or satellite.

If satellite T.V. there are other reasons you could be experiencing problems.

hope this helps!

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How do I escape from an input screen back to watching satellite tv? Screen reads first please connect all signals and antennas to jacks and terminals on the back of the tv then press the channel up key...


Looks like your set is not receiving the signal from the sat. receiver. Make sure that the audio/video cable is in good shape and connected correctly, then select the correct input on your tv. If that doesn`t work try to connect a dvd or vcr on the same cable, if that is still no go then you may have a bad audio/video cable or there is a problem with your tv set. If it does work(dvd/vcr) then you`ll have to check your satellite receiver. Hope this help. Good luck

Nov 24, 2009 | Projection Televisions

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Unit is on Dish Network. Timed out during nite. "Locked" message on. Experimenting with remote was usless. No picture. Unit is small flat screen. Gift, no manual.


First, power down the Receiver and remove the card, disconnect your dish networking data cables. ( All )
Power down your TV.
Allow 2 minutes for the dish receiver to set, before powering up.
Next, reconnect all cables to dish Receiver and power on the TV and Receiver.
Next, plug in the card for Receiver.
The unit should cycle and show network accessing satellites.
If you have used this system before, you should know any setup steps or configurations.
Hope this has been of some help and your system now works.
Please rate kindly.


Nov 17, 2009 | Projection Televisions

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MY D522W20 SOUND WET OUT WITHOUT WARNUNG AND KNOW HAVE NO SOUND WHAT CAN I DO TO CORRECT THIS PROBLEM


I would check to see if you have sound using a DVD or a VCR. If so it is the Cable Box or Satellite Receiver causing the problem. If you still don't , look on your on screen menu for the audio adjustments and see if the speakers have been turned off. Also see if you have speaker switch on the back of the unit.
Hope this helps,
Skyassoc

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Wavy Video output from Marantz sr5600 Receiver


are you using component inputs s video rbg or hdmi?

Jan 31, 2009 | Marantz VP15S1 Television

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HDMI interface issues


If you swapped directv receivers and the problem followed to a different tv then there is something wrong with the directv receiver. Need to run satellite setup again on this receiver to fix. repeat satellite setup is accessible through the setup submenu by pressing menu from the directv remote. look under satellite submenu once in setup

Dec 23, 2008 | JVC HD-52Z575 52" Rear Projection...

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Satellite input


Most tv setups require that you change the input source to gain the ability to watch the proper peripheral e.g. if satellite is connected on video one and the dvd is connected to the tv on another input such as video 2.

If the satellite runs into the dvd unit and from there the dvd is connected to tv you may have to power off or on the dvd player to resolve conflict.

Another problem may be the resolution setting if your tv is Hi Def. Set the tv and receiver to the resolution e.g. 1080i.

You can also changed the way the satellite is connected to the tv possibly if you have other inputs.

Check the channel also, if the unit is connected with coax it would more than likely need to be on ch 3 or 4 if you are at the satellite receiver box location. If you are at a stand alone tv off of a dual tuner you may need to search the channels for the right source both air(analog) and cable(digital).
Hope this helps you out. If I can be of more assistance let me know.

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TRIAX DVB2000T set top box cannot find any channels today. have checked aerial seems ok.the box is now about 5 years old and has never let us down before


Did a search and found out that my digibox along with some other makes are no longer able to receive any channels because of an update by Freeview.This has resulted in thousands of people unable to receive any programmes at all in Scotland as their signals are all digital in some regions,I live in Durham and the changes have already reached here.This is being rolled out down the country over the next week.
No doubt we will not hear anything in the news about this change untill it reaches London,then people will be concerned.

Jul 05, 2008 | Projection Televisions

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Home theater reception


you need to unlpug your set and reconnect everything over and see what it does.if that does not work have a tech check your system.your sony recviever is the culprit let that be checked.good luck

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