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Same problem on an older LC-C3742U SHARP AQUOS. Other tv in my house receives ch 4.1 at the same cable spot and bad tv will not receive this ch in the good tv's spot so I know it is the tv. It receives all other channels well just not 4.1 which shows E202.... Tried your reset protocol but it merely started the tv and held the channel it was last set on.
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Most likely the output from the Pioneer is not compatible with the TV.
Try resetting the output by holding Stop (on the pioneers front) and press the Open/close button. This will reset the output signal. Also, if the harddrive in the Pioneer is defect, the HDMI signal will not output.
Possible solution: You set up your remote to run your amp from the TV control, using the AQUOS Link. Even though your amp is out of the loop, it's still recognized by the TV. You might have to reset the TV back to default and run the AQUOS Link again.
ok try this first, remove the batteries from the remote and yes make sure you replace them with brand new ones, but before you do that unplug the tv from it's power source and let it sit for a couple minutes at least 3, then plug it back in , put the batteries back in the remote and see if you have everything back, if not I would return everything since you said you had just purchased this set, or contact the makers web site and see if they will provide a new remote since taking the tv back is a real pain.