Can't solve it, but want to warn you that I have an Orion, which works fine once I set it up. But everytime I move it I have to call and find out how to reset it. I would be inclined to get one that you hook up, turn on and bingo it works. I don't think I'll ever do Orion again.
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if you are conncting it over component cable check your cables in the right spots if rca *red yellow nad white) then the cables may be bad or the refresh rate needs to be changed make sure the dvd player is selecting the correct output you are using.
Unfortunately, with most TVs this function is located only on the remote. If you could do it without the remote there would be a button on the panel of the TV labeled accordingly.
To purchase a replacement remote (a universal remote won't work with that model TV) call Fox International at 800-321-6993. They are the largest Orion parts distributor that I know. Orion doesn't sell parts directly to the public.
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Considering the price, I am pleased as punch with this purchase. Expecting to receive only basic features, the Orion shouldn't disappoint. Audio buffs should look elsewhere, but at a purchase price of approximately $150 for a 27" TV, one isn't looking to the STV2763A as a high tech set. I'm sure I'm forgetting certain specs here, but this my low tech review of a low tech set. I'm happy with the Orion, a nice balance of value and price."
Amount Paid (US$): 177.00
Since it is 4-5 years old look to get less than half from the insurance co.
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Most converter boxes will hook up to your tv if it has an antenna jack.
I'm guessing the list you were looking at was a list of converter boxes that could be purchased with the governments coupons, not a list of tv's. I hope this is helpful to you. Make sure the converter box you buy has coaxial out to tv jack(it will look like the ant in jack).
With the price of the new tv's, I would recommend getting a new tv. It's only a 19" and you can get a flat panel 19" for less than $ 200.00 It may cost you $ 100 plus to get it repaired along with any new parts. If you want to spend less money try looking at the yard sales, people are always selling used TV's for cheap.