Please connect all signals and antennas to jacks and the terminals on the back.
Then press the Channel UP key.
-I dont have any cable or anything liket that. the only thing that is plugged into the tv is my dvd player. how can i get off this screen and be able to change it back to the dvd input signal. the input button will not work. and i have unplugged the tv for a couple mins. i also hit the channel up button and it just went through the channels and back to the screen above.
Just fixed ours with the same problem. You need to hit the volume buttons on the remote during the time the screen goes black but BEFORE it gives you the "Connect cables" message.It should trick the TV into giving you a blank channel.
Sanyo TVs are made notoriously cheap, and have little glitches like this. Best of luck, space cowboy.
Well you might know what to do by now, but i just found out, you have to un-hook everything dvd cables etc.. from the back of the tv, THEN, press channel up. After it loads to 100%, the screen should turn black and then say no signal.. then thats your cue to hook your dvd cables, video game etc.. thats what i have to do with my HD 32 inch Sanyo LCD.
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Zone 2 Setup on the RX-V773 using the ZONE2/PRESENCE Extra Speakers
The RX-V773 extra speaker terminals can power one set of speakers for Zone 2 or Presence speakers. If the extra speaker terminals are utilized then the RX-V773 cannot be set for Bi Amp (Surround Back/BI-AMP terminals).
Setting the Extra Speaker Terminals
Note: The RX-V773 remote control will be used to access the On Screen Menu of receiver.
1. Press the On Screen button on the remote control to enter the On Screen Menu.
2. The On Screen display should be displayed on the TV/Monitor.
3. Press the Arrow Down button on the remote until Setup comes up in the screen.
4. Press the Enter Button on the remote control.
5. The Setup Menu will come up across the TV/Monitor screen.
6. Use the Arrow Left & Right buttons on the remote to navigate to Speaker.
7. Press the Arrow Down button on the remote to select Manual Setup.
8. Press the Enter Button on the remote control to enter Speaker Manual Setup menu.
9. Speaker Manual Setup menu with Power Amp Assign highlighted will come up.
10. Press the Enter Button on the remote control to enter Power Amp Assign menu.
11. Speaker Manual Setup, Power Amp Assign menu will come up with Basic highlighted.
12. Press the Arrow Down button on the remote to select 7ch+1ZONE.
13. Press the Enter button on the remote to select 7ch+1ZONE.
14. Press the On Screen button to exit the on screen menu.
To control Zone 2 using the RX-V773 remote, the switch at the upper left side (above the BD/DVD Scene button) of the remote must be set to Zone 2. To see the operations on the front of the Yamaha receiver you must press the Zone Control button on the front of the receiver.
Note: Only analog signals can be sent to Zone 2. If you want to output the sound from Zone 2, connect an external component to USB Thumb drive, USB iPhone/iPod, Network, AV 5-6 or Audio 1-2 by analog connection. For AM/FM radio the antennas must be attached.
If you just have over-the-air signals from local broadcast stations, you need a good VHF/UHF antenna connected to the RF input jack on the TV in order to get reception. If you have access to cable TV or satellite, you need to connect the box or receiver set-top-box to the TV using a HDMI cable. You need to select on the TV using the remote, (press the MENU button) setup for tuning channels. Do a scan after setting to AIR or CABLE so the TV picks up all available channels you can get. Once this is done you can change channels and see TV. If you reply back with specifics, I can help more...
Re-connect to me on the chat and we'll get this sorted. I'm really sorry - I got disconnected and the system would not allow me to reconnect to you. I have some ideas but chat would be easiest. If you don't want to chat, post a message here and I'll message back with some things to try.
Your scanner has four connections on the back. Looking at the rear, from left to right, are the power jack (10 volts AC, you need an adapter for this), an external speaker jack, the AM antenna connection, and the scanner antenna jack.
The AM antenna jack is for the reception of AM radio station signals. The scanner antenna jack is for police/fire etc, as well as FM signals.
In case you don't have a manual for your radio, it is available for free here:
Looks like your set is not receiving the signal from the sat. receiver.
Make sure that the audio/video cable is in good shape and connected correctly, then select the correct input on your tv.
If that doesn`t work try to connect a dvd or vcr on the same cable, if that is still no go then you may have a bad audio/video cable or there is a problem with your tv set.
If it does work(dvd/vcr) then you`ll have to check your satellite receiver.
Hope this help. Good luck
Just letting the TV run for about ten minutes while it "thinks" seems to be the best answer. The more I tried to do, the longer it took. But just letting it stay on and sit for a bit it eventually switched over to static, and from the static I was able to get back to the channell with cable.
the problem is we have no cable-none at all. The tv is used only for playing DVD's.
check dvd to tv
wire or socket
if it is ok then play dvd in another tv if it works fine then problem in tv.
for that check tv tuner & its circuit for loose.
check tuner itself
Have you tried turning your cable box off, given it 3 minutes then turn it back on. We have Time Warner Cable and their remote has the tv and cable buttons at the top right of it and sometimes that helps. Good luck