Question about Toshiba 30HF83 30" TV
My T.V., due to someone's negligence, has to be hooked up to my VCR in order for it to work. When the cable people came to install my cable, they did so with my situation at hand. It has been working for two years but now the T.V. screen goes blue and I can see the signal on my cable box is weak. I'll fiddle with the VCR turning it on and off and that brings back the TV for a while and then it goes back to blue. I know I can call Comcast and probably will but I thought if there were an easy solution from one of you I could bypass them. Thank You
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You trying to put the DVD/VCR combo between the cable box and the TV? OK, cable out goes to vcr in, vcr out goes to tv, I think you got that. Now there should be a tv/vcr button on the vcr/dvd, you need to press that when the unit is on. Also, make sure you are on the correct input on both the vcr and the tv, usually video 1 or AUX and choose line in or L1 on the vcr/dvd. If the tv/vcr button is toggled, itll completely bypass the vcr/dvd player.
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
SOURCE: Demo Mode wont go away!!
to turn off the demo mode on model 32af42 toshiba tv you can either press recall,exit or power buttons / if this fails enter the menu screen go to the setup menu highlight demo select stop .
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
SOURCE: Is my Toshiba 27AF42 TV
This is probably way too late an answer, but I just ran across your post. No TV made in 2002 has digital tuning, so you would need the converter box to watch off-the-air digital broadcasts.
To hook up the pieces, take the converter box output and run it to the VCR antenna input jack. Then run the output from the VCR to the TV's antenna input. Leave the VCR and TV both on channel 3 (or channel 4 if that's what you have the converter box output set for).
To watch TV, leave the VCR off and the signal from the converter will pass right through to the TV. You'll do your channel changing with the converter box, so the TV stays on channel 3. To record a program, just remember that the VCR will always need to be tuned to channel 3 (4), since it will have to be on the converter box output channel. Again, you pick the actual TV channel with the converter.
Note that this arrangement will allow you to program your VCR to record while you are out, but there are some limitations. You can't record things on different channels, since you won't be home to switch channels on the converter. The VCR is always recording on channel 3 (4), and the program you'll be recording is whatever channel the box is set for. If another program comes on on a different channel later, you won't be around to switch. But you could program different recording times on the same channel, anyway. You also can't record one program while watching a different channel, unless you had a second converter box.
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Posted on Mar 09, 2009
SOURCE: Romote stopped working.
You can buy a replacement remote from one of the websites below:
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Remote For Toshiba TV CT-9725 CT-9726 CT-9952 CT-9946 - eBay
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Posted on May 19, 2009
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