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Re: When I turn the TV on it turns itself off
If you hold the menu and input buttons on the front of the tv down at the same time for approx. 5-10 seconds, the tv will give a blink code. It will blink some # of times...pause and then repeat. This will tell a servicer why the set is going into shutdown. Repairing the problem will most likely have to be dont by a professional.(unless you are very mechanical and have good soldering skills)
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OMG! Verizon Fios at it again with changing boxes! Well let me tell you if you do not loose signal on a DVD using these same inputs ITS NOT YOUR TV!
Whats going on is further into Verizon system you loosing the signal from the VDSL slam outside in the pill box. This thing will need to be replaced and they are going to blame your TV until you just give up and buy a new TV only to figure out its not your TV.
1. Call them back
2. tell them to check there network
3. if that dont work tell them to check it again
4. if you have HDMI use that instead of the scart connections.
I hope you have luck with Verizon Fios there internet rules but there TV service is sub par!
If this set is a PTK169 chassis, you could have bad tuning capacitors in the horizontal for the Horizontal yoke return and pincushion circuit. I would suggest that only a professional diagnose and repair it due to the circuit it is.
Hope this helps,
on my magnavox it was the verizon fios remote that enabled it by accident (it is tuned to control the tv) however it was a cc button represented by the * on the remote that i had to select to change the cc. this didn't make it go away so i just pressed buttons i used the "Aspect" button represented by the # it changed the ratio and the message went away. I usually only use the fios remote to turn the tv on and off but this must be some whacky override that comes from the fios remote.
Thanks for the offer but we cannot afford to pay additional money for something the Factory support service Should provide.
From what we have heard through the Verizon installer, our SANYO LCD TV probably does NOT have a Automatic picture adjust system. That would most likely be the reason for the maunual button on the remote control. The troublle is that with the FIOS service, you do NOT use the TV's remote control. That leaves to switching back and forth between two different remotes wiich can be vary confusing for someone that is not 88 years old.
It is bad enough that you have to remember which channels you have to go to to receive HD programming signals. If I were making a TV set, and or running a TV network/ cable service, I would transmit both HD and regular signals on the same channel number and let the TV and or the decoder box figure out if my set could display High Definition. Isn't that what we spend lots of money buying equipment and paying each month for service?
If anyone out there knows if the SANYO 32 inch LCD TV sold at Wal-Mart automatically adjust to the picute format, (PIX 1-4) we sure ould like to hear from you.
no one ever got back to me - no email, no chat, no nothin
so.... does that mean I will also get no response next month when I contact you to have the charge I'm sure I'll see on my card next month removed?