TV on and I put DVD in DVD player, plug out TV connector from VCR to DVD, but no sound, I adjust the TV volumn, still no sound. Turn off TV and reconnect TV with VCR, no sound, and reconnect TV with DVD, no sound.
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If you do not get result you can purchase one video rf converter.
Rf converter contains one video input in yellow colour and two audio in red and white colour and one cable connector as outout.
Connect dvd output to this converter and tune the program in which place you receive dvd signal.
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There are generally 2 ways to connect a dvd player to a tv.1 If you have 3 rca connectors on the back of your tv (they are color coded yellow for video and white and red for audio left and right channels respectively) and the same connectors on the back or side of the dvd player.Use rca cables to connect the dvd player to the tv,connecting yellow to yellow white to white and red to red.Using the remote put your tv on video.Put the channel selector on the dvd/vcr player on video or L1 or E1 (depending on what brand dvd/vcr you have).2 connect a rf (coaxial cable from the rf output of the dvd/vcr and connect this directly to the rf (antenna) input to your tv.Put the tv on channel 3.Play the dvd/vcr to see if you have the video.If not put the tv on channel 4.Some dvd/vcr's put their signals out on channel 3 and others on channel 4.Good luck.
If your TV does not have AV inputs (RCA jacks for video and audio), you can't plug the DVD player directly in to the set. One solution is to connect the DVD player to a video cassette recorder (VCR) using the "line in" jacks on the VCR, then using the channel 3 or 4 output from the VCR to the TV. This solution may not work with discs that have copy protection, though, and will give you an unwatchable picture.
For sets with no AV input, you need an RF converter. This is a device that takes the video and audio signals from a DVD player or other device and makes a channel 3 or 4 TV signal to the TV's antenna connector. Converters are available at most retailers where you can buy televisions, as well as online.
Connect as following
1. Set top box - RF cable from STB to antenna socket on TV.
2. DVD player output to Video1 on TV
3. VCR output to Video2 on TV.
May be you can route VCR through the DVD player or viceversa. That you can see and try on ground.
If the TV programs come's up with sound, then is possible that the TV set could be problem free. then cheek the system frequency if it need to be adjust from NTCS, PAL, AUTO MESECAM and so on. Cheek the DVD and VCR if they are in one of the following system settings and adjust the TV set to the settings at which the DVD or VCR is set to. Then you can also cheek if the cable is properly inserted, that is audio to audio and video to video. Nevertheless, if you have properlly connected your cables and set the system frequency to match with each other, and still no sound, then the TV could have sound problem.
Possible courses of sound failure in TV are as follows:-
1 RF stage
2 sound Ics or transistors
3 broken speakers
4 a break down resistor which supplie positive voltage to the sound curcult
I am sorry to say that this does not sound like a simple solution for your problem. It is hard to be sure without examining the situation but, If the video comes on breifly and, then goes away it sounds like something is heating up and, then opening up and, disrupting your video. It could be something in the stabilization. You will need to refer this problem to a qualified repair technician. If you want to keep the TV and, since it does work in TV mode I would suggest that if you want to use the RCA type jacks to connect a VCR/DVD or what have you that you get an RF modulator to connect thru the co-ax. This way you can connect your Cable/satelite to the co-ax connector and, your VCR/DVD player to the RCA on the Modulator. These are availible at radio shack and can also be found on ebay. I hope this helps at all. email@example.com
I had no luck finding anything for this model number even on the Mitsubishi site. How old is this set?
I would try programming the remote to some alternate codes for Mitsubishi products. It sounds like it's not programmed correctly. If you don't have the codes I would search the web for your brand of universal remote to see if you can find it's instructions. Lastly, on the topic of the remote, most universal remotes have a method to program even when you don't know the codes. This usually involves turning on the TV then putting the remote into a specific mode and hitting the power button until the TV shuts off.
How are you connecting the dvd/vcr? Are you using a single coaxial cable (the kind with the threaded connector) or are you using composite cables (yellow, red, and white plugs) or some other type of cable? If you're using the coaxial cable then you will typically find the signal on channel 3 or 4 on the TV when the source is set to tuner. If you're using one of the other methods then you will need to find a button on the set labled something like "Video Source" or "TV/Video". If you hit that button the TV will switch through it's input sources. It's very possible that this feature will not be available on your Universal remote even if it's programmed properly. You may have to select the source on the TV itself.
WHen I hit the mute button again to bring up the volumn the sound remains muted. I have tried all other channels, direct cable and even a dvd player connected. No sound. I unplugged all the boxes and tv and then plugged in again in a attempt to reset what might be wrong. Still no sound.
1 while operation mute button has got demaged or pressed more.
2 sound section might have gone defective in tv
3 no supply to sound section
4 or speaker defective or ic got demaged.