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I have just installed a GPX KCL8806DT, i cannot change the chanel or adjust the volume with the remote control....or even manually

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    can not set tv mode on gpx kcl8806dt

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    cant change the tv mode on gpx kcl8806dt

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I had the same problem. After running the channel scan off the menu keys,( which by the way didn't work the first time ) it did correct the problem, it also took several minutes to complete the scanning.
Hope this helps.

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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Is the TV Tuner in the 8806 analog only? It cant be used for OTA DTV?


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Website to find parts for kcl8806dt


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Instalation instructions needed


Every website that said they had it they didn't. I would call GPX during business hours and tell them you need a manual. http://www.gpx.com

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Will not play Movies but will play Music


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Aug 10, 2012 | GPX KCL8806DT 7 in. Portable Television

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We dont have a manual and we dont know how to change the channel or set the time


To set the clock on the unit, have the TV connected to power but not on. Then press and hold Mem/Clck Adj on the TV (it's the third button from the right in the top row of controls). Use the adjacent Tune/Clk (up/down arrows) to set the clock for 12 or 24 hour time. Then press Mem/Clk Adj again to adjust the hour with the up/down arrows. Press Mem/Clk Adj again and set the minutes. Press Mem/Clk Adj to save the time. The original remote also has these buttons. Mem/Clk Adj is also labeled Set and is the furthest right button on the second to bottom row of the remote. The Tune/Clk buttons are the DN and UP buttons on the left of this row.

Use the Tune/Clk arrows to change the radio channels after pressing the radio button (second from the right on the bottom row). When you press the TV button (first on the right of the bottom row) to watch TV, then you need to use the Channel up/down arrows at the top and bottom of the ring control on the far right of the TV or the Channel + and Channel - buttons on the remote. On the remote, the Channel + button is below the timer button which is below 9 in the keypad section. Enter is below the Channel + button and Channel - is below Enter. Make sure that the TV is in the correct mode for your signal (ATSC for OTA and NTSC for analog cable) by pressing the TV mode button. If you are using a set top box, you will need to change the channels at the box.

Press the TV Menu button and then go down the list to Time to set the time zone for the TV. Press Enter to save the setting. Use the TV Scan button to get a list of available channels before trying to change channels.

The manual for the GPX KL868S is available from GPX at the product page: http://www.gpx.com/store/p/287-KL858S.aspx . The direct link to the English version of the manual is: http://www.gpx.com/owners_manuals/KL858S-IB.pdf .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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Sound works fine - there is no picture...


Your remote control has a button on it marked "TFT" (which is your LCD display). Power on your unit and hit this button on your remote - it turns power to the screen on or off. If your screen is just gray, as if it has power but not image (not black as in "dead") then you might be in the category of a different post of mine on this machine.

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Tuning a tv


YOU REQUIRE THE REMOTE CONTROL FOR THIS FUNCTION IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THIS THEY ARE AVAILABLE FROM www.tvs-services.com or call 01245 392539.

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Tv volume


Either the volume up button is stuck or you have you have a main board problem ie bad ground in the audio section of the board

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Replacement remote control


try going to the retailer or to brand name website and looking for a replacement. You could try looking on Ebay for a broken one that has a remote and ordering for the remote and keeping the rest for spare parts. getting just the remote can be very difficult.

Feb 15, 2008 | GPX KCL8806DT 7 in. Portable Television

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