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How to change the language on a loewe 5381zw

It is an old tv and seems to have managed to change to finnish or russian without a fat finger being involved.

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I have an extra remote for the 30" TV. I am having trouble with the Inputs. Give me a call at (305) 632-0744... Perhaps I will sell you my extra. Regards, Paul

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SOURCE: my loewe acconda tv has horizontal red lines and

Any operation outside normal parameters would be considered "broken". Most broken TVs are repairable by a competent servicer for less than the price of a new one. A symptom like this however is the exception to the rule. It may very well be not cost-effective to repair. This is why most repair shops charge a bench fee for evaluation. If it is worth the peace of mind to know for sure then the investment of the minimum fee would be necessary.

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14MG135 4:3 14" Television 14 in. Is this a


No this is not a digital tv. You will need a converter box/set top box. I am posting the specifications. Where it says tuner it would have to say atsc and/or qam for it to be a digital television

Product description Product Identifiers Brand Thomson Model 14MG135 MPN 14MG135
Key Features Screen Size 14"
Technical Features Screen Type Non-Flat Screen Aspect Ratio 4:3 Built-in Tuner NTSC, PAL, SECAM Adjustable Color Temperature Without Adjustable Color Temperature
Connectivity Front Input Connectors Audio (RCA) x 1, Composite x 1 Rear Input Connectors RF x 1
Audio Features Number Of Speakers 1 Speaker Power 1 x 3.5 Watt Audio Type Mono Subwoofer Without Subwoofer Audio Leveler Without Audio Leveler
Miscellaneous OSD Languages Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Slovakian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish Parental Control Proprietary Sleep Timer With Sleep Timer Remote Control Standard Additional Features Headphone Jack

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Tv is stuck in russian language in setup


one way for to solve this problem can be typing in Google: FREE TRANSLATOR, and another way is to change the TV´s IC Eprom. Because I suppose that you was trying enter to user´s menu in the tv and choise the option lenguage.

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NEC TV - How to change language of menu


I just bought an NEC FS-5160 from a local opportunity store last Friday (July 2, 2010) with the same problem. After a few minutes of fiddling I found the solution:

1. Press 'Menu' button. You will see 'Menu' written in Russian. To the right you will see a number '1' above the the word 'TV' or 'Video'. This is 'Menu 1' or screen 1.

2. Press ONLY the 'Menu' button and the arrow on the left will scroll down. On the fourth press the '1' referred to above will change to a '2' for 'Menu 2' or screen 2.

3. Continue to slowly press the 'Menu' button until 'Memu 3' or screen 3 appears.

4. Press the 'Menu' button twice more and then use the first channel changing button to change the language from Russian to English.

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My loewe acconda tv has horizontal red lines and


Any operation outside normal parameters would be considered "broken". Most broken TVs are repairable by a competent servicer for less than the price of a new one. A symptom like this however is the exception to the rule. It may very well be not cost-effective to repair. This is why most repair shops charge a bench fee for evaluation. If it is worth the peace of mind to know for sure then the investment of the minimum fee would be necessary.

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Hello!

Thanks anyway for your assistence. I`m solve this problem.

Nice day, Bine

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Tv beginning to flash green with horizontal white lines


From your description it sounds like a bad picture tube. The lines are called retrace lines. There is a small chance that a component on the small board that connects to the neck of the tube may be bad. Without model number information it is very difficult so say further. Some picture tubes can be re-jeuvenated with the appropriate machine ( at a TV repar shop)
If you feel adventurous and are careful you might try GENTLY tapping the neck of the tube and see if picture improves/goes out. If the tapping does change the picture it is definitely the tube

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I lost the remote to my loewe aconda tv but i am in the wrong input. can i change the input without the remote? it seems that this television is useless without the remote


I have an extra remote for the 30" TV. I am having trouble with the Inputs. Give me a call at (305) 632-0744... Perhaps I will sell you my extra. Regards, Paul

Jan 01, 2009 | Loewe Aconda ACO9303 30" TV

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Tv locked in different language


Hi,
You might need to go through this manual before you scratch your head out...
http://www.haieramerica.com/en/support/modelsearch

Your modem no is HTF24R21 type that model no in the search field and you will download the Entire Adobe Acrobat eManual.

was i helpful dear?

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this is a malfunction of the power supply (or overload of it).please contact the nearest repair shop,without plugging it in until then.

Aug 01, 2008 | Loewe Aconda ACO9303 30" TV

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