Question about Hitachi 42PD7200 42 in. HD-Ready Plasma Television
First- make sure the remote has good batteries and the batteries are in the correct orientation- positive "+" to positive, negative "-" to negative. It may be your remote batteries are used up. You won't believe how many times I find this during my Handyman visits to customers.
Assuming your remote is already coded for your particular TV all you need to do is:
Press the "power" or "on" button of the remote. If you don't have a remote "power/on" button then simply press the "TV" button on the remote. Your TV should now be on now.
Note: most remotes that come with the TV are already coded for it so you shouldn't have to enter a 3 or 4 number code particular to that brand of TV. You may have a "Universal Remote" which is a generic remote that works with many TV brands so they need to be coded to communicate to a certain model. Read the TV Installation/Owners Manual to operate the remote.
Posted on Apr 21, 2014
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