I have an RCA commercial monitor receiver which currently only gets 59 stations. when i push the menu button on the t.v. it displays MENU DISABLED.My universal remote has a menu button when pushed nothing happens. How can i enable my menu button on this t.v.
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For whichever input the monitor is currently set to (i.e. Input 1, HDMI 2, etc.) it is telling you that the signal it is receiving is unusable. The question first is the monitor set to the input you truly wish to use?
If it is, then check the cabling between the monitor and the source device (cable/satellite box, game box, etc.) If you believe it the source is working, try swapping the cable or using a different input.
If that fails, try hooking up the source to another monitor and seeing if it works there. If you have a long cable run, try higher quality cables, the video signal can degrade over long runs (> 25').
It sounds like the monitor is receive *a* signal, just not one with enough data to be useable. Probably a bad cable.
Pressing the menu button does not disable the sound on a television. It is just a coincidence that the sound is gone now after that had been done.
Troubleshooting: First check each one of your devices. Are you getting sound when you play a DVD or a VHS cassette? Do you get sound when viewing cable or satellite? If you get sound from any of the devices that are connected to different places on your television then you have ruled out the television itself as being the problem.
If you have isolated the problem to the cable box or satellite receiver then you will need to reboot it. You can usually just turn it off and unplug it for 30 seconds. Then you plug it back in and let it boot up and you should have sound.
One other reason a cable box or satellite receiver may not have sound it that the audio output setting in its menu is wrong so take a look at that as well if that applies.
Also make sure that the cables are good between the device not getting any sound and the television by changing them or trying them with another device.
if you have the original remote, your right and left arrow keys adjust the size, if size changes during commercials, get into your options and turn off the auto-size option, if you don't have the original remote, you must find a universal with proper mright and left arrow buttons.
Yes. Its probably a stuck button on the TV's front panel. Try pushing or wiggling each button on the panel. It could be the channel up/down buttons or volume up/down, menu, etc.
When there is a button that is making slight contact, it keeps the microprocessor busy attending to the command its erroneously receiving from the offending button and may not allow other functions to work when this occurs.
It doesn't matter which button is stuck, any of the symptoms you describe can happen.
the rca itc222 chasis has no front led diagnositc codes. Does the led flash imedatly when you plug it up. or does it start when you push the power button. if it does when you first plug it in then you have a problems with what is know as standy voltages. voltages that are always there when you [lug the set in. the processor does not see correct voltages. now if this flashes occur when you oush power button then there is problems with the secondary voltages also known as run supplys. does the set try to turn on do you hear static.. if not then you might have high voltage flyback or horizontal output problems.
Have you verified that the programs you're viewing have closed-captioning service? Some programs and stations do not support CC on programs and commercials. The closed captions are accessed on the HD52W56 by pressing Menu > Preferences > Closed Captions on the remote control and following the onscreen instructions. Select CC1(the first choice for caption); this is the format most stations send in. Good luck!