Question about Zenith Remote Control TVSB1320V p/n:N0242UD
The remote will not work, but the REW, PLAY, F.FWD, and STOP will turn red if any buttons are pushed. I need to reset the TV in order to get it on Channel 3 so we can actually watch CABLE. I can only get on the AUX channel and 02 that is all. I can turn the tv on by pushing the Power button. The Channel UP and Down work and Volume UP AND DOWN work too on the the TV- How can I get it on Channel 03? Please help.Thanks- Al
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Channels only up to 20
Have the tunner scan for new channels. When you first get the unit it does not know if you are using cable or an antenna. If your using an antenna there is no need to go all the way to 500 channels so it searches for available channels then locks out what is not available. Then when you go back to cable you only have the channels it found using the antenna. It needs to "auto locate" the channels that are available now. Reprogram the tunner or find a menu and let it auto search or what ever its called now.
Posted on Apr 13, 2006
It is working as designed. The purpose of your cable box is to take in a wire containing all of the possible channels you might watch, and then extract *one* channel, and force it to appear as channel 3. If you connect the cable directly to the VCR, then the VCR's "tuner" (ie, channel selector) has an opportunity to extract any channel it wants. But... as you point out, your VCR won't be able to "see" any of the digital channels. So... if your goal is to be able to watch any of the digital channels, the signal must pass through your cable box, which will put the selected channel on channel 3. There is no value in going from the VCR to the cable box, since the VCR's tuner will have already filtered out all but one channel. It would be helpful to make a list of what your useage goals really are, since there are so many different ways to hook these things up. Are you interested in: - watching digital channels? - recording digital channels? - watching one channel while recording another? - using higher quality video signals (composite, s-video, component, etc) rather than RF (ie, channel 3) And so on. Keep in mind that you have *three* tuners: Your cable box, your VCR, and your TV. It sounds like only your cable box can tune in the digital channels. If your cable box puts out any non-RF signal, then the best choice would be to go: Coaxial Wire -> Cable Box -> Video Connection -> VCR -> Video Connection -> TV, with the VCR and the TV both set to "video". Then you would only use the cable box as a tuner, the VCR would only see the tuned channel (via video in), and the TV would see the same channel (or whatever tape you are playing) on its video input.
Posted on Mar 29, 2007
The remote should have TV, VCR, AUX and maybe CABLE buttons at the top, one of which will light up when any button is pressed. Since it is a universal remote, the button at top lights up to let you know what mode it is in. If the AUX button lights up when any button is pressed, it means the remote is currently set to the AUX mode. To set it back to TV, simply press the TV button at the top. This puts the remote back in the TV mode and the TV button should now light up when any button is pressed. If that works and you are using a cable box with that set, then make sure the TV is on channel 3 by pressing 3 ENTER.
Posted on Aug 14, 2007
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