Trying to get my GE 19GT240 to work with the new digital format
This is a bit complicated. Ideally I would like to be able to get my new SAMSUNG DVD-VCR purchased to replace a failed FUNAI F2840M to work with my 19GT240 set without having to spend 400 on a new, digital TV, at least for now. That's the ideal objective. Failing that, I'd like just to get my 19GT240 to work so that it receives ALL cable channels. I live in a high rise condo with free cable provided by COMCAST. It is supposed to switch over to digital without any problems. I've run into a problem, however, due to failure of my old equipment (see above) the FUNAI VCR doesn't seem to respond to the remote. The response became progressively weaker over time. I had FUNAI send me a new remote. IT doesn't work, either. So I bought a new SAMSUNG. One big problem - the FUNAI F2840M had one cable going in and one going out to the 19GE240. Very simple, no problemo. The new SAMSUNG DVD-9800 has THREE cables to hook up to a TV. The GE only has ONE cable outlet. RADIO SHACK told me and Circuit City reiterated that I could use an RF MODULATOR to cope with that, so I bought an RF Modulator model DE RF from Radio Shack. It doesn't seem to want to work, or I am hooking it up incorrectly with the new Samsung DVD/VCR. Can someone tell me how to get set up, please? Right now the cable is running from the wall into the GE TV and I only get a FEW stations. The COMCAST guy was in the other day and told me all I need to do is scan in the channels but I can't seem to figure out how to do that on the MENU and my MANUAL is long gone. I'm not sure if the GE TV model is compatible with the SAMSUNG model. The guy at Circuit City yesterday (I was down there for the close-out sale) told me that shouldn't be an issue that my GE TV should be able to be made to work with the new SAMSUNG DVD player, and all I needed was a modulator, which I already had bought from RADIO SHACK. So, again the objective is to get set up with the GE TV and the new SAMSUNG DVD/VCR recorder or, failing that get ALL the cable channels from the ONE cable from the wall running into the back of my good old GE TV.
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You do not, jpeg or jpg is a picture saved format the numbers refer to image size if I understand correctly, are you trying to show a picture on a TV via a usb port with a memory stick (sandisk).
Is the TV "moaning" about what you have on that disk so far?
Memory sticks/devices are formatted like a computer system those under 32Mb are mostly FAT32 which is recognised by most machines, but can be another "type" like FAT (for very old/small memory+systems) NTFS or to suit Mac etc.
The first thing is to format that disk in FAT32 (if new and unused no data on it) via a computer your TV then should recognise it and fire up a menu to try and show its contents etc.
Then you can fill that disk with pictures in jpg format for your TV to show on screen, other formats mainly will not work like TIF or BMP as its software is unable to open them.
I am working in the dark a bit about what is going on with your problem so the above is a bit general in my answer, the other thought I have is that if you have pictures taken by a high definition camera it may create files in jpg that are over large for them to be displayed on older equipment so you may need to reduce their size via a computer program and then show on a TV, this I find is a problem with cameras+images created from 10Mp upwards as older systems+software are unable to cope due to lack of memory mostly.
Hope this helps a bit.........
Code 000 for GE TV
Code 003 for GE TV
Code 004 for GE TV
Code 006 for GE TV
Code 022 for GE TV
Code 052 for GE TV
Code 054 for GE TV
Code 055 for GE TV
Code 064 for GE TV
Code 087 for GE TV
Code 100 for GE TV
Code 165 for GE TV
Code 166 for GE TV
Code 167 for GE TV
Code 181 for GE TV
Code 203 for GE TV
Code 212 for GE TV
Code 233 for GE TV try these if these won't work add a 1 in front of the codes to give you a 4 digit code. Good luck
Get an A/V cord (should be supplied) and match the color of the wires
to the color of the jacks on the back of the unit. Plug a set of wires
to the OUTPUT section on the back of the unit and the INPUT section on
the back of your TV. Then set your TV to Video 1, 2, 3, etc. and you
should be set to go. Good luck to you!
For a better explanation consult the DVD player setup manual.
HI,this might just help!...
1.press D.MENU on youre tv remote
2.scroll down to SYSTEM
3.access the RESET function
4 enter 0000
5 follow on screen instructions
TV will then wipe all existing channels and start from scratch.
worked a treat on my SAMSUNG LE26R7........However i noticed my signal strength dropped significantly!!...obviously them at the other end (digital tv boffins)have been mucking about,A bit of fiddling about with my existing arial did the trick!!
The answer to your questions is yes. But you may also want to consider the age of your tv, whether it is analog or digital format etc. I only say that because it may be less expensive for you to purchase a different TV, used or new than have a technician install a new speaker for you. Many people are donating perfectly good tv's to the salvation army and other thrift shops because they want the new flat screens, the digital format, etc.
Hello! I just got my Directv remote to work with my GE tv. I started by trying code 11922, and when that didn't work, I followed the Directv instructions to find a set-up code manually. After I followed the instructions below and doing it about 6-8 times, it started working! (So I guess the code 11928 - 11930 might work?) Good luck! I'm still having problems getting the "video" setting to work to switch inputs, but I'll keep trying...
Set the "Mode Switch" to the desired mode such as TV for a Television.
Press and hold the "Mute" button and the "Select" button until the visible LED blinks twice.
Enter the code "991" followed by the "device number"
for "AUX 1" devices - VCRs or DVDs
for "AUX 2" devices - Audio
You can step through the setup codes for this mode by pressing the "Channel Up" key to go forward through the codes or pressing the "Channel Down" key to go back to the previous codes.
You can try out each code by pressing one or more function keys such as power, volume or digit keys.
When you've found the setup code that works for your device, press the "Select" key.
Not if you cable TV, DirecTV, Dish network, or FIOS. The converters are not usable with those services.
If you use a regular TV antenna or rabbit ears, then, yes, you will need a DTV converter box. If so, I'd suggest getting one well before next February. Why? 'Cause the pictures are better, and you'll have access to "virtual channels", where broadcasters send more than one program on channels like 4.1, 4.2, etc. Also, if you have poor reception, you may need a better antenna to see the DTV signals. Better to know that before DTV is all that is being broadcast over the airwaves.