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When the SAT button blinks repeatedly, or the buttons do a dance (Sat & DVD, TV & AUX, repeat) it means you need new batteries. Replace all four AAA batteries, ensure they are all four aligned the same way, and then hit SAT. Your remote should return to its normal function. If you leave the batteries out for too long, the remote will forget how to operate the TV and receiver, so be sure to have all four new batteries ready before you remove the old ones.
It is hopeless if the television will not stop cycling through its channels. That is an unattended operation and may point to there being something really wrong with this television OR it may be one of the televisions that has to be fed a signal of some type in order to stop cycling through its channels.
First, how would you connect a dvd player to this television: You would have to buy a part that has yellow red and white holes on one side and a coax output on the other side. I bought one from my local drugstore a little while back. It is Philips brand, and it says connect any dvd player to any television right on the package. I don't know if they are sold anymore, but I imagine that some store would still have them. Then you would disconnect the vcr and connect that part there with the dvd player connected to it (the part I described).
Next, if your television is the sort that needs at least one channel to be programmed into it so it won't keep cycling them, you would have to connect a converter box where you have the vcr connected right now. I know, this troubleshooting takes work, and there is no way to tell if this will work.
Hi, To program the DVD player's remote control to operate your TV, follow these steps:
Turn on the TV, and then aim the DVD player’s remote control at the TV.
Press and hold the [TV Power] button on the DVD player's remote control.
While holding the [TV Power] button, use the number buttons on the remote to enter the two digit code assigned to your brand of TV.
Note 1: If your DVD player's remote control can be programmed to operate a TV, the TV brand codes will be listed in your owner's manual. If you don't have your owner's manual available, click here to go to the download center and download a copy. Note 2: Many TV brands have more than one code. If the first code does not work, try the next available code.
If the TV turns off, the code worked correctly and your remote control is now programmed. If the TV stays on, repeat steps 1 through 3 with a different code listed for your brand of TV.
Note: If none of the codes listed allows your DVD player's remote to control your TV, then the remote is not compatible with your specific model. Let us know if you want something more else please accept the suggestion. Thank You for contacting Fixya.com