LG LCD TV remote power button turns off LG DVD Recorder as well
I have an LG LCD TV and an LG DVD Recorder. If I am recording a show and decide to turn off the TV but leave the show recording, pressing power on the TV remote (or the console) turns off the power to the DVD recorder as well and then all that gets recorded is a black screen. The problem also seems to happen if I am timer recording a show, if the TV is not on then all that gets recorded is a black screen.
Does anyone know how I can stop this?
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Anyone using a remote for something else nearby? (My DVD player/recorder remote turns my VCR/DVD recorder on and off). Or, is anyone playing a joke on you with a universal ''turn off/channel changer'' remote? (They are intended for harassment).
How old is the TV? Is it LCD, LED or Plasma? If plasma, this could be the beginning of display failure. If LCD or LED, it could be a bad power circuit board. Most ''techies'' are quick to say (and they are correct) ''replace the caps'' without thinking about the fact that most circuitry is ''surface mount'' design these days, and the average DIYer can't ''DIY'' a surface mount repair.
These instructions should be very similar to hooking up to your lg recorder
Hope this helps
Plug the white and red audio cables into the left and right Audio OUT ports on the back panel of the DVD player. The ports should be color-coded white and red as well, but if not, connect the white plug to the left audio and the red to the right.
Connect the yellow plug to the Video OUT port on the DVD player.
Plug the other ends of the three cables into the matching composite AV IN jacks on the back of the JVC LCD TV.
Turn on the DVD player and the JVC set, then press and release the "Input" button repeatedly on the TV remote control until the DVD screen appears on the LCD panel.
it means that your tv has to be on channel 3 or 4 to use device. once your tv is on one of those channels, you should be able to program your dvd/vcr to record and check to see if there is a menu button on your controller. if it is a newer tv, try setting menu on component1, aux 1 or anything but tv..if there is a menu button on controller for dvd/vcr player select that once you see the home screen on tv...
I believe Viore is the same as Samsung. I only noticed this by accident as I bought a Viore TV and my friend bought a Samsung and I noticed both remotes were identical. I tried the Samsung codes and the remote worked. Good luck! Kevin
Need to make sure you have the red,white,and yellow rca connection cables ran from the samsung dvd player to the red,white,yellow input on the back of the dvd recorder. Once you do that make sure you put your dvd recorder on line 1 input. If you look closely on the back of your recorder it should say line 1 input. If your recorder isn't on that input you can put the recorder on line 1 input by using dvd recorder remote and pushing the input button. Make sure you don't push the tv input button the dvd recorder remote there should be a seperate input button or a way to toggle the inputs on the recorder. Once you verify all that turn on your tv and go to the input on your tv that you watch the dvd recorder on and you should see what your recording on the tv.