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Hi I am Vortash most Tv sets have a channel change button on the front of the set sometimes behind a drop down panel it will have the symbol AV written on it .. when pressed the set will say either Av1 AV2 etc or Aux 1 aux 2 .. if you have scart sockets on the back usually Av 1 is this socket and Av2 the front sockets Phono or Bnc plugs .. sometimes the Av is switched by pressing the program button to Zero or Av from the front set controls + and - Prog .. If you are unsure you can download a manual for your set if you don't have one from http://www.safemanuals.com
free of charge usually and it will explain all the conections you need ... Regards Vortash
Go into your settings of the TV menu or there will be a single button on the JVC remote marked "CC" for closed caption. Press it or in the menu turn off the "TEXT" mode. With the text mode on you are allowing the TV to display text information wich means usually a black rectangular box that appears on the screen with no text in it. Usually on the cc button just press it until it scrolls through turning off the CC or text modes.
VICTORY! Had the same problem with my Orion model FTDV2004. Lost the remote and couldn't program a universal remote to change the input to AV. After a day of reading posts, I just started pushing the channel up button. Somewhere past channel 115 the "Line1" and "Line 2" inputs showed up.
You didn"t say already working in AV mode or not. Suppose if it is worked means this is the simple one just change programme (-) button in TV front panel till becomes 1 or 0. After 1 or 0 again you press down the same button you get AV mode. Even you won"t get try in menu features to change AV mode. Even you won"t get there is a problem in Micom section. Technical persons only sort out your problem by changing EEPROM ic. I hope the above information is useful to you.
Had the same problem, channels would not stop scrolling.
It was as though someone had there finger on the channel up button.
Disconnected the sixth wire, starting with the black wire on the wiring harness for the front buttons, on/off, ch. up/down, vol. up/down, etc.
It works fine, no more unwanted channel surfing!!