Question about Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-32FS120 32" TV

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Tv turns on and channel continually scans

Remote doesnt work

cant get tv to stop scanning

video/tv button on set will not work

basically unresopnsive

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  • wjmctdog_100 Mar 13, 2009

    all buttons are free in fact we never use them

  • wjmctdog_100 Mar 13, 2009

    when the tv is turned on it is not scanning

    you turn it on and touch any button on the set it begins to scan but channel remains the same that you are viewing,

    I also can't access the menu from the set or the remote


  • wjmctdog_100 Mar 14, 2009

    By scanning I am referring to the constant rolling through channel numbers in the top right corner. I looks very similar to when you scan for signals using the menu, except the channel you are viewing remains the same and the green digits continually roll through the numbers.

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Sounds like you have a collapsed channel up or down button, Does each button have a good "rebound"?
if any of the buttons are stuck in, just release them

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  • wayne chamberlain Mar 13, 2009

    Could you define scanning please, usually I would take that to mean that the channels are being programmed and the unit is contsantly changing channels, However you state that the same channel remains visible

    Is it scanning in a Picture in pictue window?

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