Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: LH T502SH DVD Receiver System
get a rca cable (red and white) hook one end on the audio out on the back of the tv and the other end to the audio in on the back of the receiver. then go to aux crank it up!!!
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
Connect the AV output of the Sky box to the AV input of the Panasonic combo.Look at rear of the Combo and you will observe input and output RCA connections.Using RCA leads, hookup the Av output of the Panasonic to the audio/video input of the Sony tv. Power up Appliances, and you should be OK.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
SOURCE: jvc dvd/vcr. combi. hr-xv20
I have the Danish version, available online at http://www.jvc.dk/files/instruction_manual/lpt0820-007c.pdf
Try looking at the local JVC site under "support" and see if it is available. Then you will get it in your own language.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
SOURCE: LG DVD RECEIVER LH T-9654
Is the front panel coming on? I ask because if it is not this is indicating possible power supply failure. In this case the switching power supply might be having a problem. I would suggest that you have someone who is skilled in electronics work on this problem for you since the power supply delivers current and voltage that could be hazardous to your health. Now that being said, this problem could be cause by a blown fuse, first unplug the DVD player, open it up, and find the fuse. The fuse will look like two metal caps separated by a glass or ceramic housing containing a strand of wire. Once you find this fuse. Take it out and measure it with an ohmmeter, the fuse should read 0 ohms (dead short from one cap to the other. If the fuse is not bad then one of the other components may be bad, at this point, the testing should be done by someone who is skilled in electronics.
I hope this help,
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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