I have a Sanyo DS24205 24" tv in the guest bedroom that has only been used a couple of times. The other day I turned it on and a message saying 'Not recieving signals, Check connections and Press Menu". I have Direct TV and I know that the cable connected to the TV is Ok, but still the message comes up. Any suggestions?
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I just read the manual for this TV. The initial password set at factory is 0000
If you changed it, you will have to remember what you changed it to, because the menus do have a factory reset option, but it will not reset the password.
Ur tvs in ur house it is getting a paid tvs incomming broadcasting tv signals like a cables or a satalites dishes companies?Yes,than that incomming broadcasting wire that plug into ur tv Ant. input port hole might have some kind of signals interference at that channel frequencies,call ur cables tvs or satalites tvs companies providers for an answers and get their field Tech. to come out and check it out.If all ur tvs in the house are analoge tvs and u are using a DTV signal through a DTV converter box to getting a Free over the air DTV air to recieving tv broadcasting tv channels stations only than tries it with another antenna signals sources like a better antenna design like a portable digital antena or good roof antenna should solved this problems.
You can view the specifications here:
I found no mention of the needed ATSC digital tuner so you need to acquire a converter box to receive broadcast signals after the changeover.
Cable and satellite reception are not affected.
I reviewed the available converters and chose the Zinwell ZAT-970.
I just checked the owners manual online. Looks like this model only has an NTSC analog tuner. No ATSC digital tuner built in.
If you use cable or satellite TV services, the digital converters won't help you. The coupon-eligible ones are strictly for use with a traditional antenna. If this is your situation, ignore the remainder of this message.
If you use a regular TV antenna with this TV, then, yes, you will need a converter box. FYI, the Insignia model at Best Buy and the Zenith at Circuit City, and elsewhere (radio shack) have gotten good reviews from early purchasers. More converter box models will be available in a few months time.
If your current reception with your antenna is poor (snowy), you may have problems receiving the new DTV signals. If not, you should be pleasantly surprised with the quality of the DTV signals - and the extra "virtual" channels. Try the converter box using the RCA video and audio inputs, for a slightly better picture than with the coaxial cable inputs.
What input did you connect the satalite to? Probably one of the
'video' inputs I'm guessing, which means you have to select that video
source using the 'INPUT' button on your remote. (Some makers use
different names but you get the idea)
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