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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hisense LCD Tl2020
I, also, have the Hisense LCD 1504 and cannot turn it on with the original remote. I have to use the ON button on the side every morning. You have to hold this button in for a while then wait a while and presto, the blue button shows on the front and the picture comes on. If it fails to work the first try, just try try again. It does work for me this way. We had this same experience with the TV in our room at a Hotel where we were on vacation and the TV worked fine when we turned it on using the side ON button. It just takes a while for the picture to appear. Hope this clue will help someone.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
SOURCE: tv converter
there is no way to convert your antenna/cable wire to use either hdmi or dvi. you must use either a cable box or satellite reciever. on any new tv sold within the last year there is a " rf connector " where you would attach the antenna or cable wire. take a look at your owners manual to find out exactly where.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Replacing connectors on televisions can be a pricy endeavor. If you can't afford to bring it into a service shop, you may have luck by switching to a different type of connector. If your Satellite or Cable receiver has an HDMI output, your best bet would be to buy an HDMI cable and hook that up instead - the quality would actually be better than coax. Failing that, depending on what kinds of outputs your sat/cable receiver has, you could also go with (in order of preference) component video (a cable with five ends, red/green/blue, plus two for audio), s-video (a round metal connector with four pins in the middle), or composite video (similar to a component video cable, but only three ends - red, white, and yellow).
Any of the above cables (including the HDMI) can usually be found at your local big box electronics retailer for under $30.
Posted on May 03, 2011
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