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First set the input to TV if your cable box feed didn't come in on the RF cable. Press the Input button on the side of the TV (the second button from the bottom above the Power button). Alternatively press the Input TV button on the top left of the original remote. (You'll have to search through the inputs if you have a universal remote without the feature.) Next press the Menu button on the TV or on the remote, if you have the original remote/universal remote with the matching feature. On the original remote, the Menu button is above the OK button. The Menu button is the third button from the bottom (above the Input and Power buttons). Press the Menu button and then use the Up/Down arrows to navigate to Setup. (If you use the TV buttons, the Ch Up/Down buttons are Up/Down. The volume increase and decrease buttons are Left and Right.) Press the Right arrow key and then Use the Up/Down buttons to select EZ Scan. Press the Right arrow key again. Press the Right arrow key or Enter (on the remote) to launch the scan. You can find the screen shots of the Menu options and the button locations in the manual. The manual is available here: http://www.lg.com/us/commercial/documents/32lg505h-owner-manual.pdf .
According to the manual for the Magnavox 14MS2331/17B, you switch to the A/V input by pressing Ch+ or Ch- on either the TV or the remote until you see AV as the current option. (Thus you have to scroll down from Channel 2 or up from Channel 69 for an OTA signal. For cable TV, the AV will be reached by Ch - from channel 1 or Ch + from channel 125.) See page 3 (7 of the PDF) here: http://download.m4c.magnavox.com/files/1/14ms2331_17b/14ms2331_17b_dfu_aen.pdf .
Since it is possible to skip channels by editing the channel list, you may need to check if the AV option has been skipped. To do this, press Menu. Use the up/down buttons to navigate to Install and press the right button to enter this menu. Highlight the Channel Edit line and press the right button to check this. Once in this sub-menu, use the left/right buttons to scroll through the Channel number options (or use Ch+/Ch- to see the stored list). You can also type in a channel number on the remote. Press the down arrow to change to the line that reads Skipped. Use the left/right arrows to change between Yes or No. (No indicates you can reach the channel with the Ch+/Ch- buttons.) Use the Up arrow to return to the channel number line to scroll to other channels. Press Status/Exit to leave the menu system. See page 10 (14 of the PDF) for details.
Here sounds like your override setting on cable box needs to be set. Here is how to fix that- 1. On remote push the button at the top that says CBL or Cable. 2. On remote push power button. 3. On the remote push the menu button. This should bring up an internal menu called user settings. 4 Use the remote to scroll down to 4:3 OVERRIDE and use the LEFT or RIGHT arrow keys on the remote to change the value to 480i and see if this clears up your problem. If not repeat and change the setting to 480p and one of these settings should fix your problem.
open ur cam then hit menu then first word u see by hiting push button on ur cam then go by same push key down on word number 3 that what means language then turn push button to right or left till it shows down english all will turn english then
You probably have the av inputs set to digital instead of analog. The easiest way to fix this is to turn the theater system on, turn it to one of the the inputs, then hit menu on the remote. You will cycle through some options with the right arrow until you get to "input", which will offer av 1 and av 2, you can select either one with the ok button. then you will get some more options, analog - optical - coaxial, the first one that shows up is the one you've got currently selected. unless you're using one of the other audio input formats, the system should most likely be set to analog. You will probably need to do this with both inputs.
You have to do this every time the system loses power in my experience.