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What is your TV signal source? Press the Input button on the remote and try another input. (Make sure a DVD player or set-top box is on.) If you are on the TV input, try a different channel. Next make sure that your cables are securely connected to the TV and devices. Replace with new cables to test them. If you use an OTA antenna with a splitter, try a direct connection. (Similarly, if you have an amplifier on the signal, try a connection without the amplifier.)
For OTA or direct cable connections, try accessing the Channel Setup menu and rescanning for channels.
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Cindy Wells (I get some weak channels that give No Signal messages when the transmitter has a problem or the weather is bad. I've also had a signal splitter/amplifier fail and block specific channels by becoming a filter. The direct connection identified the amplifier problem.)
Aiwa television comes with the option of blocking certain channels
from viewing, allowing you to control which channels people using the
television can view. However, if you forget the code that you entered to block
the channels, you might find yourself unable to watch those channels.
Fortunately, there are a couple of buttons on the television and the remote
that you can press to reset the PIN and customer ID numbers, which unblocks the
the television on.
the "Volume Down" button on the front of the TV and press the
"7" button on the remote at the same time.
Activated by a PIN number, you can set Parental Controls on your TV
and/or cable set-top box to control the programs that can be viewed on
your TV. There are three ways to block programs:
By Time Period (Not available in all areas.)
The V-Chip understands television program ratings and blocks programs
based upon the rating level selected. All TV sets that are 13 inches or
larger are required to incorporate the V-Chip technology. Parents set
rating levels so that certain TV shows need a password to be viewed.
For more information on the V-Chip and program ratings visit the FCC V-Chip site. Several cable and satellite companies offer parental control options.
They allow specific channels to be blocked so that they cannot be
viewed.These companies also offer the ability to block shows based on
language, violence, nudity, and rating levels. This offers more
flexibility than the V-Chip.
http://support.ttetech.com/RCATV/Assets /pdfs/27F530T_1620181B_IB_e-04.pdf this is link to owner's manual.....may have to get original remote......try mrremote.com....type in model# in search field...good success, Meder's Tv Service
Usually the menu can be accessed from the buttons on the console, sometimes by pressing a "menu" button but other times by pressing both Volume or Channel (+ AND -, UP AND DOWN) buttons simultaneously. Menu levels are usually selected with one or the other of Volume or Channel, and toggles/selections with whichever doesn't do the levels.
yes one other person said she has to put in the password every time she wants to watch that specific channel, maybe try to run it through an old vcr and use that for the tuner? just an idea.
It seems that this model of tv has a querk in its design and has made quite a few people real happy.