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Try pushing the source button on your remote after the red light stops flashing, Keep pushing the source button until it is on "TV". You may have set the remote to one of the aux settings by accident. My dogs do it to me all the time. Good luck.
maybe the push button switch is defected ,the solder of the switch is
brittle , or crack or cold,try to resolder the switch, if not change it
with new one.I incounter like this problem before in the switch , i
only resolder the joint then its ok,,try this also maybe can help...
Check your settings button. Most remotes have a video source button...if this button has been pressed, then the tv is probably trying to show you the video screen. On my remote, pushing the button 3 times brings it to the dvd screen. Pushing it twice brings it to cable tv...etc. Your button may be labelled as something other than video source.
It is possible that you need to reprogram the remote.
1st you need to enter the remote into programming... Hold the Function button until the remote gives a long beep and LED light comes on the remote a (it takes about 8 sec.) Then press and hold the remote start buttom until the remote beeps 3 times and LED lights up. Now your ready to program the remote
One of the door has to be open . Insert the key - turn the key to the On position then press the button on the antenna once and then press it again and hold it
You hear a chirp and then you press the lock button on the remote and then you hear a second chirp to receive confirmation and then release the button and the turn off the key .
Use your TV remote to change the input away from S Video. There should be an Input button or Video Source button. Press this button repeatedly to cycle through the inputs. Depending on how your cable box is hooked up to your tv, your input will vary.
Open your glovebox and you will see a pushbutton on the the left side, if memory serves. When this button is set, the power button will be disabled, but the key fob button will still work. This is for when you Valet your car, you push the cancel button in the glovebox, lock the glovebox, then give the Valet your Valet key, which will not open the trunk or the glovebox. Voila, no Valet rummaging through your trunk :)
Often full gloveboxes will be the cause of the button getting pushed accidentally.
on the remote control, push the left arrow button to display comp1, then the up arrow to display the correct video setting. push the left arrow again to display comp2, then the up arrow again to select the correct video setting. Same procedure for digital audio (coax1 and coax2)
Sync your remote with the wii. Open the small white door on the front of th wii and push the red button. Then open the back of the wii remote and push the red button there. The remote should sync and you should be fine.