My problem started with the system not shutting off either with the remote, ot from the front control panel. Only way to turn system off was to unplug it. Now, system does the same thing, only the inputs will not switch either. System seems totally locked up. Any ideas?
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Most likely, the microprocessor(the computer within your unit), will not allow any input changes. This microprocessor controls both remote as well as front panel input switches.
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You probably need to be a bit clearer as to what you want. But the f (function) key on the unit allows you to change the input To ARC if you have it set up. If you switch off your TV /stereo using the TV remote only this should shut down both. When you turn it on again both should turn on with the sound routed through your stereo ( when you turn on you need to wait a short while while the stereo starts up)
Simple fix when this happened to me... I replaced the battery on the remote controller and the media player started working and didn't shut off again. Apparently, when it first comes on, it does a self test. if it receives no input from the remote, it shuts itself off. Hope this helps... BTW, the battery for the remote is any 2030 battery. Just replace it and try it. let me know if it worked...
Press the system key on the remote, find the digital input option, choose optical, finish!
OPTION2: (Using LX700 button) "program" button on the front panel for 5 seconds,then press LEFT or RIGHT button to choose DIGITAL INPUT,and Press "program" button again,then change coaxial to optical by rotating VOLUMN control on the front panel. then just confirm by pressing the "program" button again and wait for 5 sec to quit menu. Now switch OFF and switch ON receiver again.
Now make sure the source id DISC IN (ie., digital input ). Your LX700 should be picking up optical signal!!
It worked for me and i hope it works for you to as well.
I assume we're talking about the Element ESTR200...
A turntable will not work with this receiver unless the TT is already preamplified. No Phono Preamp in this unit.
From the manual...
Store a station
1. Press the FM/AM button on the front panel (or
the AM/FM button on the remote).
2. Select the station you want to store in memory
by the methods described above.
3. Press the MEMORY button on the remote
While "MEMORY" is glittering, press number
buttons on the remote for the station.
If the Memory indicator on the display turns off before you preset the station selection, Press Memory again.
1. Select the band wave by pressing FM/AM
2. Turn to a radio station(see "Manual tuning" on
page 8 in details).
3. Select a group (A- D) of preset stations. This
group will be displayed on the front panel.
For example: "A".
4. Press MEMORY on the remote control.
"MEMORY"will appear on the display.
5. While the word "MEM" appears, input your desired preset number (1-8 ) by using the numeric keys on the remote control to store the radio station. For example this number is "1", the station is stored as "A1".
A new setting can cover the former one.
This memory is kept before next reset.
Retrieving preset stations
1. Press FM/AM button on the front panel or the
remote control to select tuner mode.
2. Press A/B/C/D button on the front panel or the
remote control to select the group of preset stations that you require.
3. Press the numeric keys on the remote control to select the number of preset station that you require. Station selected is displayed on the front panel.
4. By the same way, you can select other stored
The remote control does not operate the unit.
-Another function is selected on the remote.
Press the correct function button.
-No batteries installed. Install the batteries before
using the remote.
Be sure "+" and "-" marks of each battery match the symbol on the inside of the remote battery compartment.
-The batteries are exhausted. Replace all batteries.
-The remote is not pointed at the remote control sensor on the main unit or there is an obstacle between the remote and the main unit.
-The remote control is too far away from the main
unit, move closer.
Pull off the front panel, be carefull there is a ribbon attached. Detach the ribbon. There are 2 ribbons attached to the front panel, one that leads to the IR (remote sensor) and other for the controls on the top of the unit.
Most likely the ribbon that goes to the IR sensor detached itself, this is common if the unit is dropped etc. Insert the ribbons (2) re-attach the front panel and the remote should work fine. You'll notice some tape on the IR ribbon, I suggest using some stronger tape, BOSE tape thats not very good.
This happened to me on my 3-2-1 GS II system and fixed it.