Question about LG Televison & Video
Well, I see why the hotel let the TV go. You can try cleaning each button with a weak bleach solution (10 parts water to 1 part bleach - same solution used in many gyms, fitness areas to wipe off exercise equipment) with small, soft brushes to get between the buttons and the frame. Much of the time the buttons stick due to dust and dirt. Otherwise, it could cost a bit of money for a TV repairman to clean or replace each individual button on a large screen TV. Thank goodness you can get remotes over the internet, specifically designed for his make & model. Check out LG's homepage for more info.
As far as the fuzzy screen, try reprogramming the set up so that you can check each input, video setting starting with 480 (if using cable or satellite) all the way up, speaker configuation, etc... If you have the time, you can check into the calibration procedures for the TV make & model. It could cost more than $100.00 to have a professional come and do it. At least your friend would know that it is done & what he has, right?
Posted on Apr 25, 2017
Hotel/Motel TV's are specially programmed and in most cases are useless other then in the place they were set up in the first place
Posted on Apr 25, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: LG 37LC7D remote doesn't work
I heard that Best Buy is still selling these models despite this known problem- I am trying to have mione fixed but was told the replacement part is on back order until DECEMBER!
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
SOURCE: LG RU-27FB30C. It's blocked.
VISIT THE ABOVE LINK AND ALSO SEARCH
RU-27FB30C on internet and you will get the manual
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Hold down the moxi and ok button until the remote flashes twice,then enter 9910. The remote will then blink twice again.Then go back and fourth pressing the mute button and the up arrow key(the one above the ok button)this will go thru all the codes,when your tv finally mutes,press ok that means you found the correct code.Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
Hold down the MENU button on the remote for approx 5 seconds. Then enter 1105 this will access the hidden hotel option on the LG tv so you can change whatever you like..
Cheers LITTLE DISH FITTER
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
Either there is no infrared emission from your remote control or the remote sensor inside your TV is faulty. Check the battery contacts of your remote control first for any rust or any other obstructions blocks power from the battery reach into it. Replace the cells with new one and check. You can check the function of your remote control with a cellphone camera which has camera option with it. Place the remote control at about one feet away from the cellphone camera, after the phone is set to camera mode, press each button on the remote control. You can see image of infrared signal on the screen of your camer. Human eye cannot detect infrared signal, but digital cameras can. If not you have to open your remote control, to see whethere there is any loose or bad soldering inside its circuit board. It can be opend by pressing its side **** with any sharp instrument like knife or so. There are locks in its cover, and must be released by pressing it as I pointed above. After opening it, look ofr any loose solderings inside it. There will be a few components and an IC there inside it. A crystal and an infrared light emitting LED will be there. Look ofr any loose solderings to this components terminals. If so resoldering it will solve the proble.
If this does not helps, and there is infrared signal comes out of your remote control, shen you have checked it with cellphone camera, infrared sonsor inside your TV scircuit boar is faulty. To replace it you have to open your TV. This sensor will be just behind the infrared reciveing window of your TVs front panel. It is a three terminal compnent, look black in colour and can be desoldered out very easly. Note its number, which will be marked on its bodey, laser printed, go for a new one, replacing it will solve the problem.
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Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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