Last night I thought I was turning the tv up but in fact I was changing the channel. Now the screen is blue and says mono in the right upper corner. I do have cable and should of used the remote, but of course I didn't. I have tried to put the tv back on channel 3 and even 4 but is still blue and still mono with no picture. can anyone help me.
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Re: cant get mono off tv screen ..
The TV set itself will probably have a button that is marked either "Video," "Input" "Source" or "TV/VCR" - I would need to have your exact television model # to be sure. Make sure the cable box is on. Press the Video/Input/Source/TV/VCR etc button and see if your cable picture reappears on one of the source channels. If your television is connected to the cable box with a standard coaxial cable, then Ch.3 or Ch. 4 would be the right choice. If you have a digital cable box, however, the cable is probably going to be on an auxillary channel. If you give me the exact model # of your TV, and the type of wires that run from your cable box to your TV, I can give you more precise instructions. Good luck!
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Well, i didn't charge mine over night, was listening to it in the evening while doing some chores and all of a sudden it stopped playing, Blank screen and permanent Blue light. I tried to turn if off but it didn't respond so i left it. In the morning, it went off itself (guess the battery was low). So i connected to the computer and inserted the ZEN CD. As i was exploring the CD looking for a solution, then all of a sudden the screen came up with a note "Rebuilding..." after 5 secs it came on. With all my files intact!
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1. Set the correct date and the Mid Button is the OK the center orange.
2. Volume is only changeable in the Music or Vidoe Player
3. to calibrate just press with your stylus on the center of the box with the cross lightly ( it calibrates the sensetivitys )
my ipod touch (16gb) did the same thing.
it has a large crack in the screen though. someone pushed me, and it fell out of my hands. for awhile it worked perfectly.. until it got froze onm that screen as well.
The way I figure it out is to just unhook it and look at the screen. Go into your music and look at the upper right corner. there's a rectangular battery looking thing. If it's a solid dark blue color, it's full.
Press the AB button to toggle between Audio Play, Radio, and Voice Record. Use the left/right scroll to highlight Radio. Then press the center button or play/pause button once to select radio.
You will see FM Radio in the upper left corner of the display. Under that you will see either Preset followed by a number OR Channel. If it is on Preset, you can use the left/right scroll to switch between preset stations. If you press and hold the AB button, the player will scan through all frequencies to find the strongest stations in your area and set those as the default preset stations. When on a particular station, press and hold the record button to delete that station from your presets.
Press the center button once to switch to Channel (or back to Preset). Under Channel, you can manually scroll through the frequencies yourself. Push left or right and hold for about a second to find the next available station.
Press the play/pause button once to toggle between Mono and Stereo.
Those are all the functions I've found so far. Hope it helps.