I was given a Toshiba CF2750K that I knew used to work fine. When I got it home and turned it on, the top part of the screen was fine, but the bottom third, looked like it was squashed up and the bottom third of the screen is black. Since it was given to me, I don't really want to spend a bunch to have someone fix it, but thought I'd try and see if I could fix it myself (with help of course) LOL.
Anyway, if anybody could explain to me what's going on and how and if it can be fixed, I'd appreciate it.
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Phono leads, optical digital cable, speaker wire - depending on if it is passive or active it could be any of the above! I could guess but then that wouldn't help you! I could ask for more info but if you knew that you would have given it........ Wouldn't you?
u can make connections only through digital inputs(optical and coaxial). u can connect the digital outputs of ur dvd and cable set top box to the receiver. no way to connect HDMI. HDMI is a high definition media interface. for using it u have to go for a av receiver that supports HDMI.
Mine does the exact same thing. If I pick up the front end of the unit and slam it down on a hard surface, it then displays HP out and sound comes out!! Freaking retarded. I wish I knew what was wrong with it! I asked RCA and of course they never responded. What a joke!
Hi Justin, unfortunatly, if the codes they provided you dont work, then there may be no preprogrammed codes for your gear in that particular remote. I suggest that you replace the remote with a inversal one that will do your kenwood and the charter cable rig. Best bet is to go to a retailer that sells remotes and ask for one that will work both. Good luck
If it is a new DVD that may be a problem, as signal changes may be frustrating this old machine... but it is likely the cabling from the DVD player to the reciever. Are you on the right channels/settings? is the optical cable and digital cable recieving digital output from your DVD player? Try changing those settings and you should be in good shape
Thanks! good luck!