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On the remote control to that tv, after the power is turned on, find and push the input button untill you have a picture. The input button switches where you are receiving your signal from, cable, component, video 1, vedeo 2,,etc,,,.
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Sounds like the input accidentally got changed. On the remote that came with the TV, push the INPUT button until you get your satellite picture again. If your SAT. remote is programmed to your TV, push the TV button, then the input button until you see your picture. If this doesn't work then the sat. cable is not securely attached or no longer works.
pressed a bunch of butons on the tv and the remote
means first of all it is due to that buttons as they might be loose fron inside or broken contact.
if remote & tv buttons ok check for sound section in tv.
if you are not tech person get tech help
it is a simple job.
nothing can destroy your tv.
you can connect anything if connection is there.
We connected the TV with a VCR and a DVD player. Usually we switched it to the Video 1 for nothing instead of turn off the TV. Is TV still working in this way? Will this destroy TV? I appreciate any of your helpful comments
can you clear the above sentence so I can help you.
You will need an original Mitsubishi remote. The original remotes usually have 3 large oval buttons labeled Audio (up and down), Adjust (up and down) and Video (up and down). Pressing the Audio button will bring up the usual Bass, Treble, Balance... and Speakers Off. When you see those words press the Adjust button and the speakers will switch to On. Some sets have the Audio, Adjust and Video buttons behind a little door on the front of the set, so check there first and if not, get an original remote.
It sounds as though the TVs in a demo mode. Has someone recently been over and was playing with the remote. If so go into the menu of the tV set and look for set up and demo mode. Turn off the demo mode. if this doesent help call i-866-427-3946 and talk to the customer service deptartment. Good Luck