Question about Mitsubishi CS-31505* TV
QV (Quick View) option on Mitsubishi CS-31505 TV allows user to memorize one (1) channel, providing the ability to change back to that memorized channel after viewing a different channel.
However there appears to be NO option to UN-memorize that one (1) channel - - other than to replace it with another channel. (The Manual simply states: "The memorized channel will remain the same until you use the procedure above to select a new channel.")
Is there some way to restore that QV function back to FACTORY DEFAULT - - so there is NO memorized channel?
I ask because, prior to recently making the mistake of memorizing one QV channel, I was able to use the QV to go back-and-forth between ANY 2 channels. Now I cannot do so.
This is not to be confused with Super Quick View (SQV) which allows the user to add/delete/change up to 10 channels.
I would appreciate any assistance with this issue.
I've learned from a Mitsu tech that there is indeed NO easy (nor logical & user-friendly) way to UN-memorize a QV channel.
However there IS a work-around to accomplish that so that the QV will revert back to its Factory Setting of "Last Channel Recall."
Using the Mitsu remote control:
1. Poke the Menu button.
2. On the Menu, select the "Add/Delete Channels."
3. Select the Antenna (A or B or whichever) and select the channel which was memorized in QV.
4. When that memorized channel number appears, select "Delete."
5. Poke the Menu button again to exit.
The QV memorized channel number is now gone, restoring the QV function to "Last Channel Recall."
NOTE: If that particular deleted memorized channel was also included among the SQV (Super Quick View) channels, it can then be added back into SQV using the Menu and SQV option.
Hope the above helps those who have encountered the same issue.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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