Magnavox 20-inch TV MWC20T6 must have vhs tape in. Knocking.
This is the SECOND Magnavox TV I have bought--the first 1/13/07, the second 5/12/07 and they both did the same thing. The unit will not work if a vhs tape is not in the TV. The minute you pull the vhs tape out the unit starts a loud knocking, then shuts itself off. This happens repeatedly. The first one I took back to Wal-Mart. The second one does the same thing. A design flaw. I bought a 2-year service plan. NOW I want this fixed
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You can but you have to add one of two things to make the DVD player with a coax only TV.
One you buy a VCR with coax and RCA inputs and outputs. They are cheap enough these days and serve more than one purpose as you can watch VHS tapes as well as run the DVD player to your VCE through the RCA cables. Then run your VCR to your TV and back to the VCR both through your coax. To watch DVD you would need your VCR and DVD player on as well and for VHS you would beed the VCR on only.
You might be able to unbolt the two halves of the VCR to remove the tape, but it depends on the VCR type and how it's stuck. You might end up having to get it serviced, or just getting a new VCR, as I can almost guarantee the tape is probably damaged beyond recovery, unfortunately.
Usually there is a slot or hole with tabs covering them in the front of the VCR tape as it is sitting in the VCR ready to go.If the tabs are broken off,that is the only time you should get a protected notice.Is this anything you did?If not,you have recorded VCR tapes to the DVD recorder before?Is that correct?Just reply to this post and I will get an auto email saying you replied.Greg
plug the ps in with power cable only no hdmi. When turning on Hold down the power button until you hear a second set of beeps you have now reset the video settings. Turn the console off and plug in your hdmi and switch back on it should now work.
Ohhhhh u got there a problem i had months ago. PS3 only gives u one output signal at a time, that means either u use it hdmi or u use it the normal rca way.Bad thing is that the ppl at sony didnt think of this kind of situation.
What u need to do is go to ur friend's house and use his hd tv to config ur ps3 to the correct output signal(rca), both on video and audio. If u bought the ps3 from ur friend, he should know how to do it, since he had to config it to hd in the first place. Be sure to probe it with the config u are going to use at home :)
The first and second generation PS3 consoles (20gb 40 gb and 60gb) are WELL KNOWN for heating issues. it sounds like the system is already failing but Sony will replace it if it fails completely. the info is available on their website. But if it is still somewhat working, i suggest you try a cooling unit for them. available at many electronics retail and online stores. Even if it still fails youll have it for the replacement from sony. P.S. they will probably replace it with a 160gb if they cannot repair it.