Question about Televison & Video
Boy, that's the Riddler, Batman!! Try the menu in the TV to change the inputs back to the HDMI cable if that is your cable input.
Posted on Jan 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: LCD TV connection to DVD-VCR
OK here is a possible solution: 1) The best solution: Connect the antenna to your DVD-VCR through the RF Input and the the RF Out to your TV This take care of the VCR part. Then you get an RCA three way cable (Video-yellow marked, Right Audio-Red marked, Left Audio-white marked)connect the yellow marked RCA cord to the Video out of your DVD player then connect the other end to your video in of your TV. Ater that connect the red marked audio cable to the R Audio out of your DVD player to the R Audio in of your TV do the same for the white marked Audio cable. You will now be able to switch from VCR-RF to DVD-RCA.
Posted on Sep 11, 2007
For your remote problem, mine has stopped working a couple of times and here is what Sharp had me do: Take the batteries out of the compartment. Next press and hold down the power button on the remote for a count of 30 seconds. Return batteries and the RC should be reset. As for the other problem, I had a similar thing happen tonight, hence I am on this site looking for help. My remote quite working, so I did the above, to no avail. I noticed the channel number box was frozen on the screen. I could not turn the TV off manually and had to unplug from AC. I plugged it back in and got sound but no picture, just that bluish dark screen. TV would not turn off. Then I got nothing, no sound, no pic. I left the TV unplugged for several minutes, 5 or so, plugged it in and it did work and is working now, RC too. You might try unplugging it for an extended time.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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Most likely a power supply component has aged and thus changed value and/or failed. Take it to a reputable repair person.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
SOURCE: TV works fine, DVD works
Possibility Video Board input Dammage, Cause Bad Solderring Betwen Connector Check IF board for Bad Connection Posibility Capacitor, Filter issue
Posted on Sep 22, 2010
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