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The "display" on the remote will not come up on the TV. It was working before, but not now. This needed to adjust ans set up this system.

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Make sure the TV is set to the same input you have the DAV-IS10 hooked up to.

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I have the bd230 5.1 system hooked up the speakers, attached the power cord and hdmi cable from receiver to the tv what else do I need to get sound from my tv I have a hd cable.box do I need to run a cable...


The home theater box performs the production of the sound generation. Also, the theater box, distributes the sound to any display devices like TVs, Music MIxers, DVDR, VCRs, ext. The theater box also has connection ports that are recognisable as receptacle area from speakers, woofers, and twitters that combined to form the home theater of devices acquired. First, start by connecting the component parts of the theater system to the box. For example, speakers to an area on the box, twitters, woofers. At which point, the box would require a power cable to an electrican circuit to display functionality mode. The next step is deciding on which display reciver would be providing sound to the theater setup of blasters. For example, choosing to acquire sound from a TV set is achieved by connection cables that derived sound out of the TV to the theater box. E.G. The TV audio output area provides the connectivity of any external audio blasters like with the theater setup. Using the appropiate audio input output connection cables to acquire sound transfer matters. The device may not have been provided with a TV audio input out cable of connections. Acquire from retail input output cables from TV to theater boxes. Remember that, the theater box may have come with a remote control that require separe operations than the TV. The theater system theraafter would require power on buttons if any separate remote controls were acquired as well. Also, the television set would require alteration settings with the remote control. Adjusting the TV sound settings to acquire or direct internal sound to an external setup infrusture is possible explanation also achievable with TV REMOte controller soon after every wireing cables have been established alos powered on to source of current. GOOdluck

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ERROR CODE AND POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT


Viewing the Self Check Diagnostic List
1. TV must be in standby mode. (Power off).
2. Press the following buttons on the Remote Commander within a second of each other:DISPLAY > Channel 5 > Volume - > TV POWER .
Results for all of the following diagnostic items are displayed on screen. No error has occurred if the screen displays a "0".
NOTE: If the Service Menu display text is not completely visible, press the Menu HOME button on the Remote Commander to refresh the display.
3. To exit Self Check display, turn the power off. Press [Menu] Exit.
Clearing the Self Check Diagnostic List
1. In Service Mode, press the Channel 8 Channel 0 .

RESETTING TO FACTORY DEFAULTSUse the following instructions to restore the User Controls and
Channel Memory settings to the preset factory conditions.1. While holding down the UP ARROW on the Remote Commander, press the POWER button on the right side of the set.The set restarts and displays the initial setup screen. This may take several minutes.
White Balance adjustment
1. Allow approximately 30 minutes for the set to warm up before proceeding with the white balance adjustment.
2. Connect the signal source to the 3 terminals of the Component In input (Y/Pb/Pr).
3. Set the Picture Mode to "VIVID" in the user menu.
4. Select the Component In input.
5. Open the Factory Service Menu (see section 3-1.) and select "Service Alignments Menu".
6. Set "White Point Red", "White Point Green", "White Point Blue" and "Black Level Offset Red", "Black Level Offset
Green", "Black Level Offset Blue" to average values .
"Cool " White Balance Adjustment
1. Select "COOL" from Color Tone in Service Alignments Menu.
2. Input 70IRE full white pattern signal into Component In.
3. Adjust "White Point Red", "White Point Green", "White Point Blue" in Service Alignments Menu if needed.
4. Input 25IRE full white pattern signal into Component In.
5. Adjust "Black Level Offset Red", "Black Level Offset Green", "Black Level Offset Blue" in Service Alignments Menu if needed.
6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 to achieve desired White Balance.
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Mitsubishi parental lock removal/v-lock redo


Models:

Color Televisions
CS-20EX1, CS-20301, CS-26EX1, CS-26201, CS-26301, CS-2725R, CS-27EX1,
CS-27MX1, CS-27TX1, CS-27200, CS-27201, CS-27301, CK-27304, CK-27306,
CS-27401, CS-27403, CS-3135R, CK-3136R, CS-31AX1, CS-31FX1, CS-31MX1,
CK-31MX2, CS-31301, CK-31302, CS-3525R, CK-3526R, CK-3527R, CS-3535R,
CK-3536R, CS-35X7, CS-35AX1, CS-35FX1, CK-35FX2, CS-35MX1, CK-35MX2,
CK-35MX3, CS-35201, CS-35201A, CS-35203, CS-35205A, CS-35301, CS-35401,
CK-35402, CS-40FX1

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VS-40VA2, VS-4517S, VS-45VA1, VS-45VA2, VS-4561, VS-4562, VS-5016R,
VS-5017S, VS-50VA1, VS-50VA2, VS-50VF1, VS-50VF2, VS-50VX2, VS-50VX3,
VS-5061, VS-5062, VS-6017R, VS-6026R, VS-60VA2, VS-60VF1, VS-60VF2,
VS-60VX2, VS-60VX3, VS-6061, VS-7017R

This system locks only the entire TV. The TV will display a screen that
will indicate "Parental Lock ... Now the lock is on" and request the
personal four digit code when the TV is powered on.

IMPORTANT> You must use the original remote control that came with the
TV to release the Parental Lock, you cannot use a remote
that came with a VCR, Audio System or from any other
manufacturer.

1. Depending on which remote came with your TV, press the button at
the top labeled TV,OR set the TV/VCR switch in the upper left
corner of the remote to the TV position. .

2. Press the button on the remote labeled POWER.
The TV will turn on and display an information
screen that indicates "Parental Lock ... Now the
lock is on" and ask for the four digit personal code.

3. Press the #9 and the QV buttons at the same time.
The TV will turn on.

4. Press the button labeled MENU.
The "TV Main Menu" will be displayed.

5. Press the ADJUST UP or DOWN button to move the arrow next to the
"Advanced Features" selection and then press ENTER.

The "Advanced Features" menu will appear and
indicate that the lock is ON.

6. Press the ADJUST button to move the arrow next to the "Parental
Lock" option, and then press ENTER.
The screen will change to indicate "Parental Lock
... Now the lock is on" and ask for the four digit
personal code.

7. Press the #9 and QV buttons at the same time.
The screen will return to the "Advanced Features"
menu and indicate that the lock is off.

8. Press the MENU button twice to return to normal viewing.

The original lock code has now been erased and the lock canceled.

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I bought the RCA RTD325W DVD home theater system. The speakers work with the dvd/radio tuner but cannot get them to work with tv. Also have Satellite tv, do I need to connect to something on that? Or is...


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Since you say the remote turns the box on and off properly, the control is probably working correctly. If you aren't seeing anything on the screen, you may not have the TV on the right channel (if you've connected it with an RF cable to the TV's antenna input jack). If you've connected the box using its video and audio outputs, you may not have selected the TV's video input.

As far as setting up the remote to work the converter box, that isn't necessary. If the remote is truly not working the box properly, and you have tried new batteries in the remote, you may have a bad remote or converter box and should take it back to the seller.

If the problem is setting up the boxes remote to work your TV, you may be out of luck. If you need to enter a brand code and your TV isn't listed, there is usually a code search function. The problem with universal remotes in general is that often they only give you control of a TV's basic functions but not advanced menu controls. The converter box remote may not be able to do more than just turn your TV on and off and control its volume. You may need to keep the original TV remote handy if you want to do things like adjust color levels, control closed captioning, or other functions like that.

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