Question about Sanyo DP32649 31.5 in. TV
I don't have a remote for this t.v & I cannot get channel 73 for my dish satellite to work on it... how can I fix this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Change input channel
FIRSTLY consider buying a remote @ $44.95 only
get connected to
to change a channel hold both channel buttons at once, your tv will give you menu and later go in programming channel
hold one channel button, sweep through all channels at the end you will enter AV
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
If you can program a Comcast remote or another universal remote that has an info key, you can get rid of it. I just succeeded in programming my comcast remote thanks to Dave Taylor:
Once the remote is programmed, hit the "info" button and watch your frustration disappear!
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
SOURCE: Hi - I have an
This sounds like a capacitor fault, although I would not know which one. Most likely in the power supply. You Could try switching on and leaving on for a little while, ie about two or three hours. This may charge this capacitor up.
Alternately, you should take it to a TV engineer to have it fixed.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 14, 2011
SOURCE: Sanyo DP32649 - I am
At a 25 Miles away transmitter will have a very low signal strength. An indoor antenna will recive stations within the radious of 10Mls from the transmitting tower. Without sufficiant signal strength, atuto tunie function won't lock the received stations. It will skip weak stations during auto search. If we try to get the weak station by manual tune, there will be jerking and snow on screen; however correctly we adjust its orientation. Moreover, high-rise buildings and others will obstruct the TV signals on its path, and signal strength reach to our premises will be go down considerablily.
In your case, I recomend an outdoor yagi antenna. It can give sufficiant signal srtength for your TVs tuner. Moreover, outdoor antenna is best too for picture clarity. Eventhough you have got stations with your indoor antenna, any obstruction nearby ti, say if a person walk between across the antenna and transmitter path, picture jumping and increased grains will occur. This is very annoying too.
S I recomend you an outdoor yagi antenna. As cross elements in it increase, the signal strength and picture calirty will also increase. Direction to this type of antenna is very critical. The cross element of lowest length must towards the transmitting tower, to get maximum signal strength from it. It is a trial and error rotation process to get a clear picture to your set, without any ghost or shadow in the recieved picture. OK
Posted on Aug 21, 2011
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