Remote control is broke. Bought a new on and was setting it up. Must have pressed something and a blue screen popped up with a red lock. My husband turned off the set and now we can not turn it on at all. I know it has power because the MENU light on the front of the TV is lit. PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!
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If the remote control you bought newly is its original type and number, there shouldn't be any problem at all. If so, the infra-red sensor [inside the TV] is faulty. It should be replaced. Contact any service technician.
If the remote control is a universal one [Univeral remote cotnrol; in short will say, URC]; you should synchronize it with your TV brand with set-up codes said for your TV. The code list [accompany with the remote control] will give you all details about how to set it up with your TV.
Set-up (Programming) procedure is too much to type in here, and is not practical and it will differ brand-to-brand remote controls. If you wish to get more; check the sites linked here. It has set-up code list & set-up procedure to many popular brand remote controls. One among it has general set-up codes to check with TVs and other devices are given, in the order of the 'device's brand name list' in alphabetical order. Pull up older posts. Search the sites by type in the brand name to your device in its search box at the top right part of the display window. It will help you to find the document easily. http://remotesearch.blogspot.com/ http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ http://electrohelponline.blogspot.com/
Turn on the Wii console, when at the home screen press any button on the wii remote, if the lights on the wii remote remain dark then it needs new batteries.
If the lights all light up at the same time then stop this means you are not synced. Press the 1 and 2 buttons at the same time to sync, this will work if they have been synced before.
If your four lights still blink blue then you need to open the little compartment on the console that is right below the disc tray. Inside is a little red button, press the button. Now open your battery compartment on the wii remote and take out the battery, then press the red button inside. Put the battery back in and the controller should sync up. If you are still having trouble you will need to contact Nintenedo Technical Support.
Apex TVs use a four digit code to control the v-chip. The override code for many models is 6688. Other sets may not have one, or may have a default code of 1225 instead of an override code.
To use the override code:
Hit the MENU key to get to the menus.
Go down to the SYSTEM menu and hit the right arrow on the remote control.
Once in the SYSTEM menu, go to PARENTAL GUIDE. It will ask for your code.
Enter the override code listed above. From here, you can turn on and off different rating restrictions, as well as set a new code.
No matter what the V-chip code is set to, the override code will still work. If you have a blank screen with a red key on the bottom left, simply press the (function or F) button and the mute button at the same time. This will unlock the screen and allow you to view the channel as desired
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You need to re-assign to the Wii. When you first bought it you pressed the button on the front of the Wii to configure controllers, then the controller buttons to find the Wii. When you change batteries you need to repeat this process as the 'memory' of the controller to the Wii has been wiped
Adjust the convergence or reset it to factory default. Use only the remote when adjusting convergence. The front controls have no effect.
Press action button to enter MENU.
Navigate to SETUP.
Scroll down to CONVERGE.
Press VOL > to select.
Press CH buttons to navigate up or down.
Choose CONVERGENCE ADJ or RESET TO DEFAULT.
Press VOL > to select.
If CONVERGENCE ADJ is selected the align Green to Center screen will be displayed.
Use the navigation buttons on the remote control to align the horizontal and vertical green lines on screen, with the cabinet reference marks on top center and left center of cabinet.
Press ACTION button to display red center correction screen.
Use the navigation buttons on the remote control to align the red cross with the white cross pattern at the center of the screen. To prevent picture tube damage do not leave test pattern on for an extended period of time.
Press “0” on the remote control keypad to display the BLUE center correction screen, repeat procedure for adjusting blue. If needed press “0” again to return to RED correction screen. An adjusted cross pattern appears white with a minimum of color protrusion.
NINE POINT CONVERGENCE CORRECTION Remote Control must be in TV mode.
Press ACTION button to display red correction screen.
Press the 1 through 9 keypad buttons on the remote control to select the desired convergence position.
Use the navigation buttons to align the RED cross with the white cross pattern.
Press “0” on the remote control keypad to display the BLUE correction screen, then repeat procedure.
To exit press ACTION button repeatedly, then press CH up.
Well, I don't have a Wii myself but I did some checking and found this. Hope it helps.
When you first get a second Wii remote, you have to press the red button inside the battery compartment and you press the red button by the Wii's SD Card slot simultaneously. Then you turn on the game and you press the Wii menu button. Go to controller settings and select reconnect remotes (can't remember if that's the exact words, but it's something like that). Next you hold 1 and 2 on the first remote, then hold 1 and 2 on the second remote. And that should do it.
blue screens are common when your set cant find a signal. might of switched it to video mode .find your menu on the remote and go to cable channels and press the autotune and should find and remember all usable channels