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First make sure that the Source is set to TV and a good antenna/coaxial cable is connected to the TV. Use the Input button on the TV (to the left of the power button) or the Input Select button on the remote. Use the up/down arrow keys to navigate through the source list and press Enter to select that choice. (On the TV, the Input button is the Enter button.) Next press the Setup/TV Menu on the remote (or Menu on the right arrow button or Enter. Then go down to Auto Ch Memory and press the right arrow or Enter. With the up/down arrows, navigate to Signal Type and set that to Air (for OTA channels) or Cable with the left/right arrows. Now navigate to Automatic Search and press the right arrow or Enter. Wait for the scan to be completed.
Somehow, you have gotten to a firmware information screen. Try pressing OK and Exit simultaneously on the LG remote. (Note: this doesn't work if you use a generic or other universal remote.) If you don't have the remote, you can try pressing Menu and OK on the TV. (These are the second and third buttons from the left.) I've only seen the remote method work.
If that works, you'll probably need to open the input list and change the current input. Press Input on the remote or on the TV (the leftmost button).
This model is no longer listed under the LG Electronics Warranty Claims List. That would indicate that the warranty status of this monitor is now expired. Another verification would be to look at the date on the sticker on the back of the monitor. Monitors will carry warranties varying from 1, 3, and 5 years. I believe LG typically carries a 3 year warranty. If the date on the back of the monitor is older than 3 years then it is certainly out of warranty.
That could be a result to that TV either not having the ports you need, or you may need different cords. On my TV. With the 360 they have two cords. Red,white, and yellow and also green blue and i think red but im not 100% sure. You may need to find a different port on your TV for your cords, or do what I do and have your VCR hooked up to your tv, and your DvD player hooked up thorugh your VCR. Hope this helps and don't forget to rate ^^
(and yes that yellow and white are a necessity)
There are universal remote controllers that automatically adjust to the monitor. Usually you have to keep a button pressed until something is displayed (for example volume). When you let go of the button, the remote is tuned to your monitor. Try to get one on money back guarantee just in case it won't work.
You will need a TV Tuner expansion card for your computer. If you buy a TV Tuner expansion card and install it, and connect an antenna or cable TV cable, you will be able to watch TV shows on your computer monitor while using your computer. With some TV tuner cards, you can also record TV for watching it later, or even hook up your VCR and record VHS tapes and home videos to put on DVD. This is a more complicated topic and instructions should come with the TV Tuner expansion card you purchase.
TV tuner cards usually run in the range of $20-75 and will fit in most computers. You can buy them online and at computer or electronics stores. Installation is fairly simple and the instructions and software are included (unless you buy a used one)