Question about Mitsubishi CS-35505 35" TV
I am connecting multiple devices (dvd, vcr, gamecube) into my tv. I am using the s-video for the dvd, input 1 for vcr and input 2 for the gamecube. As I change the input channel to each device, my tv won't bring up the INPUT-1 channel. I can get the S-VIDEO and INPUT-2, but not INPUT-1. Is there a setting that needs to be changed? Do I need to reset the channels? thanx
It might depend on the type of input. VCR often use A/V or component cables. if you are using AV (red, white, yellow) make sure they are plugged into the right input. if plugging in to a component (white, red, green, blue, red) make sure the yellow plug goes into the green input. If plugging in component make sure your red wires are not backwards. There should be a white and red together (these are the audio) and a green blue red together (these are video)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
We had the same problem. Luckily, we had a service contract, so it was serviced yesterday. The fix involved the service guy going through a "service menu" and resetting the TV that way. He was not "allowed" to tell me how I can access the service menu, however. I do plan to research this on the internet in case it happens in the future. It is basically a software/computer problem, and unplugging the TV isn't enough to clear it unless the TV is unplugged for "a long time." The technician said the length of time depends on the condition of your capacitors. Anyway, as a temporary fix, he showed me that you can go into the PIP mode. The device toggle for PIP apparently did still work with mine, so I was able to switch the device on the secondary picture and then switch it to primary, then toggle the PIP off. Good luck!
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
There should be a button on your remote denoting "Input." If you connect the DVD player to the TV on "video input 1" then push the input button on the remote or TV itself until the DVD appears on your TV (which will be Video 1). Some TVs must have the component (in your case) the "DVD" player connected to the TV before the TV will recognize it. Make sure the DVD is powered up and then push the input button until the DVD player appears on the TV. Depending on your TV inputs, there may be multiple inputs like, Video, Component, DVI, or HDMI. The above are listed in the respective order of "quality." HDMI being the best. Whatever input you hook the DVD player up to on the TV will be the "input" you will look for when pressing the input button. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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