Question about LG 42LC2D 42 in. LCD HDTV
I press guiud, all channels, and scroll up and down and the bleep occurs I go to settings and key bleep is set to off
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2 Press CH UP button on the remote control or on the TV front panel to start Auto Program, or press CH DOWN button to Exit.
When you start autoprogramme, wait until it is finished; otherwise it will skip over channels that are available. If it happens so, perform autoprogram again by turning on the power button.
The initial set up screen appears each time you turn on TV until you perform auto program.
To perform Auto Program again
1 Press "Menu" button.
2 Press"=>"to highlight Channel Menu.
3 Press "Down arrow button" to highlight Cable. Press "+" button to select.
4 Press "Up Arrow button" or 'Down arrow button"to highlight On or Off according to how you connected your TV. Press "+" to select.
5 Press "Down arrow button" to highlight Auto Program. Press [+] to search for channels
6 After Auto Program finishes press "Menu button" to exit.
To reset the TV to factory settings
1 Turn the TV on.
2 Hold down [Reset key] on the remote control.
3 Press and release the POWER button on the TV front panel. The TV will turn itself off,
then back on.
4 Release [Reset] key.
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Navigate to your cellular provider's website or call its customer service line. Access the "Support" section of the website or ask for the technical support division. Find the "Access Point," "MMS" and "Wap Gateway" settings and write them down.Power on the HTC phone and then press the soft key on the left side to bring up the main menu screen. Scroll down through the menu and highlight the "Settings" option. Press the square button at the center of the phone to access the settings menu.Choose the "Connections" option from the settings menu. Scroll down through the new list that will appear and choose "GPRS." Highlight the "New" option and press the center button. Choose "Connects To Internet."Scroll down to the "Internet" heading and choose "Change." Key in the Access Point that you wrote down earlier. Scroll down and press "Done.Navigate back through the menu to the "GRPS" option. Press "New" again, and this time, choose "Connects To Wap." Choose the "MMS" option. Key in the MMS settings you wrote down earlier.Return to the main menu screen and then select "Messaging." Highlight "MMS" and press the right soft key to bring up a second menu. Choose "Settings," and then choose "MMSC Settings."Press "Edit" and enter in the "MMS" settings again. Scroll down to "WAP Gateway" and enter in the information you wrote down earlier.Power cycle the phone by turning it off and then back on to complete setting up the WAP settings.
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