I was recently given a GE 27" color TV model #27GT610 without a manual. There is some sort of activated alarm system that turns the TV on automatically every day (usually when I'm not home). How do I turn it off? Steve
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If your tv has video in socket (yellow color)and audio in socket(white color),you will connect the dvd player audio video output. it will give give clarity picture. your tv have not av socketyou can connect your dvd player audio video output to converter audio video input.And then connect to converter RFout to tv Rf input(antenna socket)and tune the tv you wlii get picture.
Try hooking up the dvd player and turning it on. Then use the setup and add/erase channel feature to look thru all of the channels. On my older GE tv I found that channel 91 was the correct channel for the video input. I saw the logo for the dvd player on this channel. I just added that channel and now it works. Your channel might be different.
does it Turn on at a certain time? or its turning on all the time? Those it have a mechanical switch like some DVD players have?
It may be a broken contact in sidethe switch is making it going on all the time.
Your problem could be as simple as bad solder connections on the main high voltage transformer or in the sweep power supply. Without doing some probing around inside the set while it is turned on, this is a hard call my freind. If the set is over 5 to 8 years old, it is most likly age related as the Printed circuit boards, as they heat up and cool, will develop poor solder connections, ring cracks around the solder connectios and also heat related problems with some of the internel componets. This is a solid state TV set, and has no user replaceable parts inside. So if you have the know how around solid state TV circuits, and know how to solder, then maybe, just maybe you will be able to get this puppy to work just a little bit longer. if you do not, it is time im afraid to put this beast to rest and buy a new early holiday gift. Good Luck
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