Question about Televison & Video
User 'rapolley' is absolutely right. One can cycle through the functions to access different options, ie. 'TV', 'Audio', 'DVD', etc. I stumbled upon this solution when I thought my 'Menu' button wasn't working. All I had to do is cycle through the 'Functions' and choose 'Menu' once I get to 'TV'. Thanks!
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
SOURCE: SHARP AQUOS LC-26P70E - Clock
Most TV's don't change with daylight savings time, since they do not operate with a date, just time. You will need to change it via the remote.
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
Yes it is possible to replace the panel. I would suspect that it is cost prohibitive however. I am willing to state that the cost of the panel will be close to if not more than the cost to replace the TV.
Sorry about the bad news.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
If the red light stays on and the tv does not react to any input from buttons or remote... the problem is one 7 pins integrated circuit on the upper side of the power board .the ic is situated on the right side of the power socket .It costs about 2$ and can be replaced by someone with mimimal electronics skills and a 30w solder iron .
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
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