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Need to scan channels on a sanyo dp32649

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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SOURCE: need original remote

it can only be solved with a sanyo remote get a new one

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FIRSTLY consider buying a remote @ $44.95 only
get connected to
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to change a channel hold both channel buttons at once, your tv will give you menu and later go in programming channel
or
hold one channel button, sweep through all channels at the end you will enter AV

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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Posted on Apr 08, 2010

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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

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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

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This set isn't capable of going over 68, this is all it's programmed for. You will need to get a channel box that overrides the tv's programming in order to add the channel 73.

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Dish tv 2 works but only very fuzzy on channel 56 dvr


ssmike1,

It sounds like you may have just switched off the channel to view satellite.

The channel for satellite is based on the connection you're using. If you're using a coax connection, it should be on channel 3/4 or 62. If you're using video cables like RCA/HDMI then you'll need to switch the input. On the upper left of the remote should be a TV/Input button. Make sure you're in TV mode and press that to see if picture returns.

If the problem continues let me know and I would be happy to try some additional steps!

Tommy Faust
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Feb 15, 2012 | DISH Network IR Remote Control

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My tv is now saying "no signal" i was out of otwn for a few weeks and this is what had happened while I was gone. The dish network says it is not their issue that we are unable to get to cable...


If the TV needs to be on channel 73 [TV tuner] for the dish to work then do a channel serch in the tv's menu.
If you had a power outage when you were gone the TV will need this scan done.

Most sattelites use the inputs not the tuner. make sure your on the right input channel,

Jul 22, 2011 | RCA Televison & Video

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I am trying to get my Dish Network to work on my Phillips HDTV. Dish Network told me that my television needs to be on channel 73 and when I try to put that channel in with the remote, the channel...


on your tv go to menu & somewhere there it will say scan for channels so it will scan for about 5 mins then grab your remote & turn to channel 73 & there you go . if not try moving the tv to a different source like AV or YDRB

Jun 23, 2011 | Cell Phones

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I need to get to channel 73 to connect to Satellite Dish network, but it keeps telling me there is no channel in list ???? what do i do..Thanks


We would be happy to help with that. Some TV's are not ableto go as high as channel 73. This sounds like you're having an issue with yourTV2, this would be the TV located in a different room than your DISH Networkreceiver. Go to the main TV by the receiver, press the menu button located onthe top left of your DISH remote. Once in the main menu, press the numbers6-1-5, this will take you to the "Modulator Setup" screen. Once there we want to highlight the "Air"option located below "TV2 Out" then press the select button. TheChannel should change from 73 to 60. Change the channel of the TV you arehaving an issue with to channel 60; you should get the DISH Network programmingat that point. We hope these steps help you get that fixed. Thank you for beinga valued DISH Network customer!


Phillip Chang
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Oct 16, 2010 | Haier HTF20 20" TV

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Will the standard coaxial cable input on a Sanyo DP19649 accept the 480i digital output from "TV2" of a DISH network ViP722K satellite box?


This will absolutely work!!! You will just want to make sure that your tv is set to channel 60 or 73.

Sep 22, 2010 | Sanyo DP19649 LCD TV

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I have Dish Network and remote #1 and 2...the TV for Remote #2 has now changed but the remote will not work...I replaced it with an Olevia Flat Screen (used one) 32in LCDHDTV Model 432-S12 but cannot...


If this hasn't been resolved, I do have some steps that will help you out. The link below will walk you through a power scan, which will program the remote to the tv. At that point, you will be able to change the channels on the tv with the remote.


http://www.dishnetwork.com/SupportSection/power-scan-instructions


Becki Barned
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Jul 14, 2010 | Olevia LT37HVS 37 in. LCD HDTV

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I accidently changed the channel that I receive satalite tv on, dishnetwork can't solve the problem. TV will not take more than one number & dish tells me the channel should be 60 or 73 help


Is this a tv2 off of the primary reciver from another room?

If so there is a 2 step process to help you fox this.

Generally yes it is 60 or 73 but some installers do change it.

If it is on 60 The it will be on 60 AIR not 60 CABLE , if it is on 73 then is will be on 73 CABLE not 73 AIR..

To simplify this for you go into your tv's menu and select your air/cable type to air and have the tv do a channel scan. once complete use your remote and go up and down the channels in air mode it may find more than one. check and see if any of them are your dish box. If not then go back into the tv menu and select your air/cable setting to cable and repeat a channel scan. again once complete use the tv remote to go up and down channels untill you locate your dish box. If you do both of these and still do not have your signal verify that there is no VCR or DVD player "ON" at that location. They can be hooked up, just not on. Also some tv's have an antenna A and antenna B on the back of them , if your does make sure you test with both antenna connections. If you go thru all of this and still cannot get a signal then a line may have gotten cut or dissconnected and they need to send a tech out.

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You should be able to use your remote control to do this.Your channel 73 is more than likely UHF 73 so you need to put your tv in the antenna setting rather than cable setting. Once you do this just input 73 with your remote. Hope this helps! Stargazer

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