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check thje following
the power reaching your switch via a fuse and power out of the switch, when switched on.
if the power is leaving the switch okay then check the power supply components
semi conductors, for leaks and shoots, zener diodes, and capacitors for variations and change of values especially electrolitic capaciturs. if you get a high voltage of 85 and above going to the transistor near the transformer, then check your line trasistor.
Make sure your TV is "tuned" to the proper input. To change the input, change the TVs channel below 02, find the "input" dialoge on the tv's menu, or press the "input" or "video" button on the TV or Remote.
Repairing a 20 year old VCR (By chance a BetaMax?) is not worth your time. Replace it with a $60 DVD/VHS combo unit.
It seems like there's a problem with a component on the Power Supply of your TV or there's a problem with your Picture Tube. I don't recommend you working on TV's unless you know what you're doing since you can get badly shocked if you don't discharge the Ulter Cap on the Picture Tube. If you don't know what you're doing then I suggest you get it repaired by someone who knows what they're doing.
I just bought a 32" dynex lcd and saw that i couldn't program my two $5 ge remotes to work it. From reading in this forum and others I'm not the only one with the problem, I thought I was stuck with only the dynex remote. But the dynex website tells you how to get universal remotes to work,
It tells you to try the codes for Orion, Emerson, Memorex, Sansui, Sylvania, Zenith. The second orion code worked for me. both my ge remotes look and work the same but one uses a four digit code and the other uses a three digit code. I used 0135 on one and 135 on the other. There is a good chance that if you try the codes for the brands dynex lists you will find one that works. The 0135 or 135 might work for most dynex tv's.
If you have a ge remote and haven't programmed it for volume punch through you might try it. It allows the tv volume to be controlled using the ge remote even when it's set to something other than tv.