Question about Sony Televison & Video
All I get is 30 jan 1980 & cannot do anything with the television to tune it, no channels at all
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Digital tuning
You'll need to go into service mode and do a factory reset.
To enter service mode you'll need to press these buttons on your remote in the following order:-
Standby-info-menu-mute-standby.You'll need to do it fairly quickly and be patient it doesn't always go into it first time,don't press and hold the buttons.
The service menu should appear on the screen.Use the up /down cursor to scan down to option number 12 (factory reset)and then press the right cursor wait will appear on the screen and the set will go to standby(don't worry this is normal)
Reboot the set and retune and all should be well
Posted on Nov 04, 2007
There should be two dials, one is UHF, you need the main dial on U for the UHF channel tuner to work, turn the UHF dial with the main dial on U and if you have a UHF antenna, you should see something if you get a UHF broadcast where you are, the main dial will probably be numbered 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 6a 7 8 9 or something like that, they are VHF channels, should be preset at the factory, but if not, turn the centre of the main dial, you may have to push it in and turn.
In saying all that, i dont know the model, but im pretty damn sure it was the same or simular 63cm AWA Deep Image Colour set that i had from way back in the VERY early 80s. I cant remember that model number though.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Hi I am Vortash not a set I have worked on but suggest that the solution will be in the user manual , if you have no user manual try this site http://www.safemanuals.com some of the downloads by adobe pdf file are free others reasonably priced I hope this is of help Regards Vortash
Posted on May 15, 2009
i think i get the jist - you've moved, and now you're missing a couple channels. from what you're saying, i assume you are using a digital converter box, or have a digital ready tv. i personally have seen many problems since the digital change, specifically loss of channels. even though digital tv is supposed to be 'all that', and it is fine when it works, the quality and placement of your antenna is still critical. you are still receiving a signal on the same channel, only with digital, they have reduced the bandwidth. this action was not done with the consumer in mind, it was done to free up air space for other communicatiomns. try an amplified antenna [available at radio shack for about 20 dollars], and try different positions. if this doesn't work, you might try an outdoor antenna. with digital signals, if there is an obstruction between you and the transmission site, rather than getting a weak, snowy picture, or shadows, as you would back in the days of analog, your receiver will simply not receive the station
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
You can obtain a Sanyo version by visiting http://www.sanyo-service.com/
The link is currently very slow but I have used it successfully on many occasions.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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