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Delay with channel surfing

December 19, 2006 I got my JVC AV-32F476 32 inch TV four days ago, and hooked it to my Sony VCR yesterday. Today, all of a sudden, while surfing channels I noticed a delay and hesitancy before I got the channel. This did not happen when I entered the channels by using the number pad. At first I thought it might be that the remote control was damaged since it fell a distance of about one foot from the couch to the carpet, but the same thing happened when I used my VCR remote. Can anyone help me with a solution? I will add that this problem started occurring with my 20 year old Sony Trinitron, but only after 20 years, then the tv just collapsed. Sony thought it probably is a relay dysfunction. Should I return the JVC while I still can or is this a simple problem? Thank you very much. Layla

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Re: Delay with channel surfing

Two things I would check before contacting JVC. In the on screen menu does it have a setting under tuner controls to disable AFC? It sounds like the tuner is seeking the proper channel frequency before it locks it in and displays a picture. If there is no such setting, then I would try a channel autoprogram in the cable mode. I'm assuming you have no cable or satellite TV box hooked up to the set. JVC is usually a pretty good brand name.

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