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This is due to you having a projection tv, some projection tvs are really bad for game playing and especially if you have a hdtv. even in the p23 manual it says that you shouldnt use with a projection tv cause it can damage your tv's screen permanently. I personally still play mine but, thats likly the problem.
Most TV receivers have a set of small buttons for "ON" and "OFF", for channel UP and DOWN, and for volume UP and DOWN. Look behind the screen to the left side of the TV. The buttons might also be in the back of the TV. You don't always have to use the remote control device to operate the TV.
Follow these steps: •Plan out your setup. Before you start unpacking speakers and moving furniture, it's a good idea to have a placement scheme in mind.
•2 Consider the location of the outlets in your home theatre room. If possible, choose a room powered by a single circuit breaker to reduce the risk of damage due to the overload your home theatre system might cause. Supplement the number of outlets with power strips.
•3 Place your TV. The television should be placed where it can be viewed straight on. The center of the screen should be aligned with the eyes of a seated person.
•4 Place your speakers before you start hooking things up. If there are hearing-imparied people in your household, place the speakers so that someone could sit directly next to at least one speaker.
•5 Position your central channel speaker above or below your TV. If you put it on top of your TV, make sure the front edge of the speaker is aligned evenly with the front of your TV screen.
•6 Place your front left and right speakers at equal distances on either side of your TV. The height of your left and right speakers should match the height of your central channel speaker.
•7 Put your surround speakers at equal distances to the left and right of where you would normally sit and view your TV. Do not point your surround speakers directly at your viewing position. Try pointing them toward the back of the room or toward the ceiling.
•8 Place your subwoofer to the side of the room, about halfway between your viewing position and your TV. You can adjust the bass reaction of your subwoofer by moving it closer to a wall to increase the bass, or by moving it away from a wall to decrease it.
•9 Connect your speakers and theater system by running flat speaker cables down the length of your baseboard or lower portion of your wall. Consult your owner's manual for exact instructions.
Remove the coax cable from the television Unfortunately your digital tuner may have gone kaput. I hope not but try an init and then rescan the channels. Unplug the television. Press and hold down input and vol-. This might take two people. While holding those buttons down on the television NOT on the remote have another person plug the television in. Keep holding down on those buttons until there is a k (green) on the left side of the screen. Then release the buttons and hold down vol - and channel - until the service menu comes up on the screen and release the buttons. Scroll down once with your down arrow on your remote until you are on page 2/26 (might be 2/some other number besides 26). The press the right arrow to turn on INIT + cause on. Press enter. When the screen turns green unplug the television without powering it down or anything. When you plug it back in it will prompt you back through the setup process.
Replace the coaxial cable before completing the setup.
If you do not have this exact model number do not complete the steps above without consulting again with the correct model number because you can wipe the memory of the television if you do not complete the right choices to bring up the service menu.
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.
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Your remote should have a menu button, four arrow buttons, and a enter button. I you press the menu button it should give you a screen with a number of images across the top. The left and right buttons should move you to different areas. There should be one option that gives you the TV move. Use up and down to select the line which allows you to change from cable to broadcast.
Hello - I just posted something too. Not sure if its the same problem as yours. If you get a response from elsewhere, please let me know. I'll do the same.
In our case we have a blank screen with a bar running across the top of the screen reading 'No signal' on left side and 'C611' on the right side. The 611 might be the last channel we were on !