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My 32"toshiba keeps changing from tv ,to video 1, to video 2

Its been almost over 7 hours since this started,,,changed the batterys on remote and its still doing the same thing

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  • juancarlos73 Jan 04, 2009

    no. the remote does not help. if i manually go to the tv and change the channel it will change to tv but briefly

  • jason May 11, 2010

    it will need testing , can you do it or do you need a repair center?

  • jason May 11, 2010

    does it stop when the battery's are taken out of the remote?

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I have a toshiba 32a32 32" tv, the problem im having is all of a sudden the channels started switching by itself and the volume keeps going up to 100. when i set a channel it stays there for a minute then...


Hello,

The problem is either from the remote or the television, there has been so much heat on the control panel of the television, so it has melted some lead off a part of the control panel and bridging it to another part, so it is increasing both the volume and changing the channel in an upward direction.

The solution is to change the control panel of the television or correct it by using a soldering iron to melt off the lead from where leads meet.

If you remove the battery from the remote and it still does the same, then it is confirmed that it is the televisions control panel. But if after removing the battery it stops scrolling up, then the problem is from the remote and the solution is for you to replace the remote with a new one.

Take care and good luck

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I do not have the original remote and have no Idea how to change to video 1 or video 2 channels


Do it with the buttons on your TV scroll down through your channels after the channels run out keep pressing channel Video 1 should appear if u you need Video 2 press the channel button again.

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There are a number of things that can cause this.

If you have a compact flourescent lamp in the room, this can cause some models of TV sets to go nuts, or not respond to the remote. These compact flourescent lamps use a frequency band that is close to the data carrier freqency of the remote.

Excellent article about compact flourescent lamps interfering with appliance IR remotes:
http://www.neptunlight.com/files/IR-and-CFLs.pdf


The other thing that can be wrong is there may be a fault in the keypad assembly on the TV set, or a fault condition with the uPC.


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