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Channels deleted I deleted the channels not being used but now remote has stopped working is there a way to access the tv menu with out the remote

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SOURCE: Is there a way to access the T.V. menu without a remote?

YES YOU HAVE TO PRESS THE CHANNEL UP AND VOLUME UP TOGETHER OR THE CHANNEL DOWN AND VOLUME TOGETHER.THEN THE MENU WILL APPEAR AND DO WHAT YOU WANT TO AFTER,GOOD LUCK

Posted on Mar 26, 2007

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SOURCE: 1999 sansui tvm1915 tv

You'll most likely need a Sansui remote made to work with your specific model TV. I have similar problems with my Toshiba TV. Check eBay.

Posted on Nov 10, 2007

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SOURCE: cable tv on a 1315

You have the set in standard air mode rather than cable mode. I am not familiar with your particular model, but you should be able to switch it to cable (assuming that it is cable ready). Check for a switch on the back or front. If there is no switch, there should be a menu option for changing the set to receive either over-air or cable. Check under the setup menus.
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SOURCE: manual buttons on set will only accept 3 channels

found solution by holding down both volume buttons at same time which enables on-screen menu allowing to select channel auto program

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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SOURCE: Have a sansui tvs273 tv. Need to switch it from

If your set does not have a menu button built into the set your out of luck unless you can find a replacement or universal remote.

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I have a Sharp TV model LC-32SB24U. I cannot access the menu screen because I lost the remote control. Is there another way I can change channels without a remote?


The Sharp LC-32SB24U has menu, input, volume up/down and channel up/down buttons on the top of the TV. When you access the Menu using the buttons on the TV, the Input button is the same as the Enter key. The volume up/down buttons map to the left and right arrows. The channel up/down buttons remain up and down. The Menu button is the closest to the power button (on the right). The volume buttons are the ones on the left.

Make sure that the input is set to TV to change channels. Then you need to program the available channels, access the Menu and navigate to Setup (left/right arrows). Press Input to enter this sub-menu. Then use the Up/Down arrows to select CH Setup. Press Input again to enter. Now you can set the channel source and let the TV scan for channels that have a strong enough OTA signal or are unencrypted cable channels. These are the top two options in the Channel Setup menu. The details are available in the manual which is available here: http://static.highspeedbackbone.net/pdf/Sharp_LC37SB24U_LC32SB24U_Manual.pdf . For OTA channels, you may need to check the signal strength under the Antenna Setup - Digital option in this Setup menu. OTA Digital signals will not be tuned in if the signal strength is low. It's an all-or-none tuning; amplifiers and external antennas may help. See tvfool.com for details of transmitters and the recommended antenna for your area. (Warning: damaged amplifiers can become filters and block the signal on some channels. Replace the amplifier if it is damaged.)

If you look to replace your original remote with a universal remote, you'll need one that was programmed more than 6 months after the TV was released. That may be 12/2005 based on the manual copyright date. Look for a remote that has a Menu and Input or Source button and check all of the codes to find one that matches all of the features on your original remote. Amazon has an OEM remote for the LC-32SB24U; remotes.com also has a replacement remote available that has been programmed for the TV. (On remotes.com, search for the LC32SB24U.)

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Oct 26, 2015 | Sharp LC-32SB24U 32 in. LCD TV

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What buttons do i press to add/delete channels on emerson tv model# EWC1304? I cannot seem to get pass channel 2. I have no remote.


I have the same problem, my tv will not allow me to change channels but will only let me add/delete the channel the tv is currently on

Oct 11, 2011 | Emerson EWC1304 13 in. TV/VCR Combo

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We purchased a tv from a school channels only goes up to 02-13 cannot go any farther. We are using a universal remote that when we go to menu to channels it doesn't allow you to either enter or delete...


U can't do much on a universal tv remote.Only the basic mostly,like power on/off,channels up/down and volume up/down that about it.If u wanted more functions and controls and adjustments inside of the tv Menu for options like changing and adding functions.U must have the tv original remote to be able to do it.Try website like Remotes.com to buy the tv orignal remote.

Aug 29, 2011 | Philips 32MF231D Television

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Bought it used without a manual. when turned on the channel is set to a channel that we dont receive. cant figure out how to set a new start channel.


You can access the on-screen menu by pressing the Vol+ and Vol- buttons together on the front of the TV . Alternatively use a remote and press Menu to access the menu (not all low end remotes will match the feature) An exact replacement remote is available here: http://www.remotes.com/remotes/servlet/rs?a=gmi&uuid=12878563535890&smodel=MS3252S&brand_pn=MAGNAVOX_MS3252S . Then use the channel up and down buttons on the TV to select menu items. If using the remote use the play, fast forward, fast rewind back and pause to go through the menus. Press Menu to go back one level in the menus.

Once you have the menu up, go to the bottom of the list to Install. Select Tuner Mode (the options are Antenna, Cable and Auto) and make sure that is set correctly. Next select Auto Program to look for all available channels or Edit Channels to change the channels you will see when you change the channel with the Channel up and down buttons.

Please note that the TV only has an NTSC (analog) tuner and must be used with a set-top box to see any channels other than the remaining low power stations that have not switched to digital.

Once you have a new channel list, the TV will remember the last state it was in. (Please note that the A/V inputs are reached by pressing Channel up or down past the tuner channels.

For more support information: see http://www.m4c.magnavox.com/cgi-bin/dcbint/cpindex.pl?scy=US&slg=AEN&cat=TV_CONVENTIONAL_CA&sct=TV_LARGE_25_29_SU&session=20101023141840_216.49.243.113&grp=TV_GR&ctn=MS3252S&mid=Link_UserManuals&hlt=Link_UserManuals .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Oct 23, 2010 | Philips Magnavox MS3252S 32" TV

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My remote no longer works and I can't get the menu to come up so that I can reprogram my channels and get all of my cable channels. Right now I only get basic cable channels, even though I have full...


You will have to disconnect the TV from the AC outlet for a few seconds(10-20) then reconnect the TV and press power. You should get the start up menu after you get a picture. What you have to do is use the vol up/dn , chnl up/dn keys to select the autoprogram setting after chosing from cable or antenna signal. the enter key should be one of the DVD keys either play or stop or some other key, you'll have to experiment a little with it. There is an owners manual available at retrevo.com in case you need it, but I am posting a brief description stated in the manual on how to do this. Chapter Summary: The STARTING SETUP function makes installing your TV/DVD easily...It leads you the Language selection, TV/CABLE selection and auto channel memory automatically...... Make sure that the antenna or cable TV system connection is made... ENTER CANCEL... Starting setup... Press POWER...The starting setup function begins and the Language setup menu appears on the screen...Press or to select your desired language, then press ENTER...... Users also looked at: Press or to select the “AUTO CH MEMORY”, then press...... 5S10101A [E] (P13-23) 23... This TV/DVD is equipped with a channel memory feature which allows channels to skip up or down to the next channel set into memory, skipping over unwanted channels...In addition to normal VHF and UHF channels, this TV/ DVD can receive up to 113 Cable TV channels...When shipped from the factory, this selection is in the CABLE position...... Press or to select “TV” or “CABLE...... Press MENU in the TV mode, then press to select option...... Cable TV chart... Press or to select “ADD” or “DELETE”, whichever function you want to perform...... The chart below is typical of many cable system channel allocations...... Press or to select “TV/CABLE...... Press press... TV/CABLE selection Automatic memory tuning... TV/CABLE AUTO CH MEMORY ADD/ DELETE... or... to select “ADD/DELETE”, then...

May 19, 2010 | Toshiba MD20F51 20 in. TV/DVD Combo

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Ilo tv shows no tv signal, I believe that the channels are deleted but don't know how to add the channels back


Here is how to try and get them back if they are available.
On the original TV remote do the following-
1. Press the MENU button
2. Use the channel down button to select channel set
3. Select channel add/delete
4. Press volume up
5. Select channel you want to add by using the channel up/down buttons on remote.
6. When you get to the channel you want use the Volume up button and the color of the channel number should become either blue or green if it is added and it will be red if it is deleted.
7. Repeat until you have added all the channels you feel you are missing.
8. Press MENU button to exit.
If the channels are still available this should get them to return. If not contact you cable provider to see if they have moved some of their channels recently or check their web site for the current channel line up.

Good Luck and please rate this solution....

Jan 08, 2010 | iLO IWT3206 TV

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Noticed that all of a sudden i can't get channels past 20 and i have several other tvs in house on same cable line (without box) that get 99 channels


you need to access the menu in the remote control and go to add/delete channels and this should open up the channels

Nov 14, 2009 | RCA TruFlat 27F520T 27" TV

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My Panasonic Omnivision TV won't change channels...


just press Stop/Eject Rew/<< buttons (Action) to get setup menu

Sep 01, 2008 | Televison & Video

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Can not access setup


hit vol down on the tv and hold then with your universal remote puse 1. This will set the tv back to factory defaults and give u acess to all cable channels.

Jan 08, 2008 | Televison & Video

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Can't access channels 3 and 4


Open main menu and select manual program. In this option check skip on/off option is there. Otherwise select autoprogram the channels are automatically stored, after completing autoprogram TV displays program edit option. In that you can choose your needs.

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