We have and old GE Stereo Monitor and no remote, which we probably threw somewhere when we got cable. I don't know the model number which may help, when I measured it, I got 31''. It is maybe more than 10 years old. The problem is that there is no button on the TV and no place on the menu to switch it to S-Video or A/V. We are currently using an RF switch going through the antenna/cable input. I want to play S-Video to go up 2 levels of picture quality and get an A/V selector. I guess I need to know the model number to get the remote or another way to get to those inputs. Maybe finding the model number would be nice. I looked all over without moving the TV and no number on the back, sides top or front. Any help would be nice.
I tried for a while to get my dvd to work. I went to the menu, from my universal remote that totally works. Went to the menu, then channel set up, and switched the VCR1 channel to 00Enabled. When I want to watch a dvd I press 00 for my chanel and it works. I hope this helps all of you.
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GE HealthcareNov 21, 2011 - NOTE: The information in this manual applies to CARESCAPE V100 Vital Signs Monitor ...... PULSE VOLUME indicator: flashes to indicate you are making a change to ...... monitor is set to or reverts to factory default settings.
If you are certain that your remote is defective, consider buying a GE universal remote as a replacement. The instructions that come with the replacement remote will tell you how to get it working with your TV
A good universal remote to use with that monitor is the RCA RCRN04GR, available at WalMart. I recently bought a 25" GE Remote Monitor XS Stereo from a Days Inn that was replacing all of those monitors with Flat Screen TV's. When I got it home I found that it would not go to channel 4 which was default with my COX Digital Cable Box. Channel 3 is the default channel on the monitor, so I ran an AV cable from the cable box, disconected the coax and hooked up the AV cable to the back of the TV and that solved the problem. I hope that answer was helpful.
Sounds like you are getting RF feedback... this is because it is a lower quality RF Modulator. You could try to get some "Ferrite" "Rings" or Snap on "Blocks" and put the around the cables to mitigate this, or you could try somehow making sure all the earths are good. Reorientate the RF box further away,, even try wrapping it in Aluminium Foil.
we would have to know the model number of the tv and the universal remote to give you a number ... the older universal remotes have a 3 digit code .. i have found many things that dont work with these ... the newer ones have a 4 digit code and work (or partiallly work) with a lot more products.. the code list comes with the remote or sometimes you can get them over the internet .. .. i do have the list for older and newer GE remotes .. there are many codes for various models of GE televisions .. so you need a model number .. at least how old it is .. and what remote you are using .. i will look .. maybe there are few enough codes that i can publish them all .. you would have to try them one at a time ...
Your TV is NOT digital ready. IF you do not have cable or satellite, you will need a converter box. If you do have cable or satellite you have nothing to do or worry about as the cable or satellite box will automatically do the conversion for you. Hope this helps
Pauz, we need the model number to be able to help you out, located on front of owners manual or on back panel of tv set. some of the GE/RCA built tv`s had problems with extra data bits from the satellite and it would kill the audio, yours may be one of those sets, heres the fix for them, shut off your tv, un-plug the tv`s AC cord from the wall outlet, wait 20 seconds, plug set back in, turn it on and see if audio has returned, you might get lucky :)
Let me know model number if unplugging does not re-set the audio, BMW Rider