After a while, the image goes away, but you can still hear the sound. Tried switching from tv to video1 and video2 with no success. Only way to get the image back is to turn the tv off and back on. Any ideas?
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Re: Image goes off
This is a sign that either the video drives to the CRT are not working or the anode voltage of the CRT has deminished. The vidoe drives dropping would be a problem in the video output section of the TV, and the anode voltage would be a sign of a problem in the High voltage output section of the TV. If you do not have a background in electronics I would suggest that you take the set to a shop for repairs.
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You actually don't change the"channel", you change the source of the image: from the tv to Video1 or Video2. For that al you need to do is to press the Source button on the case of the tv or the button on the remote. The button might also be called TV/AV or Input or have a square with an arrow pointing in it - depending on the version of the remote. The button cycles thru them so just keep pressing till you get the one you need.
Unfortunately you need the original remote. There is still a good chance you can find a Sanyo universal remote. Check your local Circuit city or Super K mart or Walmart and look inthe electronics sections. I have often seen the Sanyo universal remote! And yes it will have the options you are looking for. Good Luck!
make sure your cables are properly put in the correct input, also check the plug that goes into your ps3, if it still don't work see if you are putting the right video input on your tv i.e: Video1, Video2/ HDMI1,HDMI2, if problem still occurs maybe the A/V Cable is broken
make sure that the yellow video jack is on the tv out on the surround unit and is plugged into the video jack on the tv. You may have to change the input on your tv to Video1 or Video2 to get the pic to come in
for video, 3ways and any of this should work.
Step1, video out of dvd to video in on top at video1 section on tv. or
Step2, svideo out of dvd to svideo in at video1 section on tv. or
Step3. using component video
DVD unit component video out to TV unit component video in at video2
Y to Y input of TV
Pb to Pb input of TV
Pr to Pr input of TV
for audio, connect left/right audio of dvd to left/right input of tv. Input section of TV is in the middle. on tv back panel from left to right is antenna input, IN section - this is it, use this for all your connections.
let us know if you have any issues. thanks.
Make sure you have an input Video signal on that Yamaha Reciever (exa. DVD, Cable box, etc...) then choose the right input selection on ur receiver (Video1, Video2, AUX, etc..), then connect ur TV on the receiver Monitor Video out. And put your TV on the right VIDEO input too (Video1, Video2, AUX, etc..). Goodluck