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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to change the I/R receiver on the front panel pc board (which can be popped out of the top front of the tv on the plastic key panel without removing the back cover) Location# IR13401 Part# 245282
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
SOURCE: orion tv
Hi Gerald P, just posted we experienced same problem. Few minutes later my husband has finally solved our problem. Don't know whether you can try the same. We had an old FOXTEL remote, got onto FOXTEL site and instructions how to program remote to control TV.
Dowloaded instructions with code for TV (after trying a few tries, the fifth code solved it). FOXTEL control needs to be programmed with the code suitable to TV. By pressing "ON", "AV", Red button and Select (at same time) then put code in. Turn "OFF" then "ON" see if code complies. If not try another one until you get it.
By using the FOXTEL remote on the "AV" you can change the channels on the TV and adjust volume up or down as well.
Hope this can help you in your situation. Glad we are up and running again. Bye
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
Not positive but I think the model number is CTW2850S.
You can get the Manual in PDF format Here.
A picture getting smaller and bent inward indicates there are bad capacitors on the main circuit board inside the set. Unfortunately there is no code to fix this type of problem and it needs to be serviced by a qualified technitian.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
Just repaired a friend's Toshiba 36inch 200 lb heavy with exactly the same problem.
The receiver inside the TV was the problem and getting to the screws holding the module board in are extremely difficult to remove. Watch the crossover connectors that attach between module boards as they are very delicate. Damage them and you maybe S.O.L.
Part cost $18 including shipping from http://www.andrewselectronics.com
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
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