TV is "frozen" on one channel and one volume. No functions work.
The TV turns on with the remote or with the direct input button on the set. The picture is great. No other functions seem to "register"...not by remote or the direct input buttons. TV was working just fine for 2 years. All of a sudden this happened.
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I can't speak with knowledge about the Crosley brand, but almost all regular TV brands have buttons on the side for Function or Menu On/Off, Volume +/-, and Channel +/-. The volume and channel buttons are used to navigate the menus and to adjust the settings.
If you can't work this out by experimenting with the buttons, or reading the user manual, then perhaps you should just go out and buy a universal remote that works the Crosley TV brand.
Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish manual functions controls board that have like buttons POWER,Channels + -,Volume + -,MENU.This manual functions controls board it is shorted.
try setting the tv to channel 3 or 4. if that does not work, try finding a "input" or "source" or video" button on the remote and cycle thru them, this should get you back up and running. remember to have the cable box turned on during this so youll see when it comes back on.
If the cable from the cable box is attached to the TV via a coax cable, then all you need to change the TV channel to either Channel 3 or Channel 4. You may have accidentally push the CH button on the TV remote. Please post back what you find.
On the right hand side of this television there are panel buttons. It appears that your son in law knocked the tv out of the correct input. Press the input button in order to cycle through the 5 inputs. Typically pressing the input button on the side panel of a television and pressing it again and again and again will make it change inputs. Universally the buttons on the tv panel function as follows: Channel up moves the cursor up. Channel down moves the cursor down. Volume + moves the cursor right. Volume - moves the cursor left.
Hope this helps
Use the tv remote to put the tv on ch 4. Use the direct tv then to select channel of the direct tv box. The box is broadcasting to the tv on ch 4. Also check that tv is on correct input . Again use the Panasonic remote to select correct input. If this does not work call direct tv for assistance.
Unplug TV set from the outlet, wait 30 seconds, plug it back in, select right input with your remote if you using cable box or Punch the channel that you want to watch if you have cable service connected directly to the TV.
Check if the remote is in TV position, that is, because most of the remote controllers have the feature that you can program them for use with another devices. Make shure that one button that says "TV" in pressed and released once before you try to change any function on the TV.
Is your remote programmed properly? If it is a universal remote, try setting it to one of the different codes for your brand. Sometimes the power and mute buttons and things like that are the same for all different types of a brand, yet all of the channel and volume things are different. If it's the remote that came with the TV, then I would try to get a replacement, as it could be faulty. Hopefully this problem is with the remote, and not the TV. Find if this is the case by using the volume/channel buttons on the TV itself. If they work, then you can be reasurred you don't have to call the TV repairman, and you will probably be able to fix this problem yourself.