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These units are close enough to the warranty end period that I would suggest that you contact Sanyo and Sony requesting warranty service. Talk to a supervisor and be persistant. It may take a few calls.
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ok, The issue will be in the sequence you have things connected. The connections sequence is going to be controlled by what connections are available. I assume the Set Top controller is connection to your Antennea connection on the TV. Your TV should be on channel 3 or 4. The next step depends on what type of connectors you are using for the JVC DVD. I have an Antennea output on mine so I connected them in series. If you don't have an Antennea output from teh DVD player you will need to connect the DVD using Audio/Video cables which means you will need to connect to the TV alternate Source connector and to watch DVD's you will need to change to that source. Much like you would switch between regular TV and VCR tape on a VCR player connected to the Antennea connector.
MAY BE A GLITCH IN THE EPROM (MICRO) IN THE SET...HERE'S A QUICK FIX,,HOPE YOU ARE ON SATELLITE OR A CABLE BOX....TAKE SOME LONG AV CABLES AND TAKE THE SIGNAL "OUT" OF THE SAT OR CABLE BOX AND PUT THE OTHER END IN THE AV "IN" ON THE TV...NOW SELECT THE AV 1 (OR WHICHEVER ONE YOU USED) AND YOU WILL HAVE SOUND AND PICTURE AND YOU CHANGE CHANNELS USING THE SAT OR CABLE BOX---IF YOU DON'T HAVE THESE SIGNAL SOURCES ,,,YOU CAN ALSO USE A VCR AND CHANGE CHANNELS ON THE VCR--LEAVE THE TV ON AV1...TUNICA
If you have all 3 tv's in the one house and on the one antenna then it sounds like you have been subject to either a lightning strike or a large static discharge onto your antenna. What this means is that the tuner packs in the back of the tv's has been damaged and will need to be replaced. However as you have said in your question they do work using an av input. This will be your cheapest option to get them working again. Buy cheap vcr's for them and connect via av cables, as the tuner modules are expensive to buy and even more so to have fitted.
Yes. This problem comes about by actually pressing the center ring accidentally during normal viewing. Just press and hold the left or right side of the ring until the pciture straightens itself out again (if the black portion of the screen is to the right of the picture, press the right ring; if it is to the left side, press the left ring).
unscrew the screws along the sides and top at back. gently lower screen forward and look inside--you should see the gasket--reattach it or remove it...I just removed it after staring at it for a year or more