When I recently turned on the set, the channel numbers show in the top right corner and continuously scroll from 99 to 0. The channel does not change, it's just the numbers displayed in the upper right scroll non-stop from 99 to zero. The words Auto-Sap are displayed as well. The remote is inoperative and teh front panel controls do not work properly. If I push the Menu button it will start the channels changing downwards, until I repeatedly push the menu button stopping on channel 3. Once it stops on channel 3 and acquires the main signal it will stay there, but the numbers in the upper right continue to display and count-down. Thanks for any help. Joe
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you can choose. click on the word cymbal in the top left corner and at the bottom of the drop down menu click word options. click on advanced on the left tab and scroll down to display. on the first line under display it says show number of recent documents and click the arrows until u get the number you want.
For GE televisions, press and hold the "1" button on the remote. The input display in the upper right corner will change from two-digit mode ("1 -") to three-digit mode ("1 - -"). You can then enter the final two digits for the channel you want.
On your remote control (with tv off) 1. press Display, channel 5, Volume Up and then Power this brings up the service mode (you will see some green text on your screen) 2. Press channel 2 to scroll through options until you see "Micro" in the upper left of your screen (channel 2 cycles up through the options, channel 5 cycles down) 3. Press channel 1 to scroll through suboptions until you see "DIOF" appear under "Micro" (channel 1 cycles up through the suboptions, channel 4 cycles down) 4. Press channel six until the default value (12:60) changes to 12:40 (channel 3 increases the value, channel 6 decreases the value) 5. Once the value has been changed to 12:40, press Muting and you should see red text in the upper right hand corner that says "Write" 6. Simply turn the power off and back on for the change to take effect. Your volume problems should now be fixed.
To change channel & code press talk and monitor
while turning radio on.
Radio will speak current channel.
Release both talk and monitor.
Press talk to change to next channel or press
monitor to keep current channel.
Press monitor when desired channel is selected, radio will speak current code.
Press talk to change to next code or press monitor
to keep current code.
Press talk to change code as desired then press
monitor when done.
Will speak channel and code selected.
Set all units in same manner to
turn it off press the time display button located in top left corner then time will display,then pres and hold top right corner button until 12:00 flashes first the 12 will use your channel buttons on right side to scroll up the the time then when you get the correct time set press the clock display button again in top left corner of face plate!merry christmas!!!
I would venture a guess that your tuner is not at fault but most probably the logic circuits controlling it since as you posted, you can tune > get a good picture but "channel numbers in the upper right hand corner ...."
If your intention is to use the VCR and thereafter change channel using the VCR, you may use the Audio/Video input.
With an RCA 3 cable connector, connect the (Yellow) Video out, (Red/White) L/R Audio out of the VCR to the Video in &L/R Audio in of the TV. You don't need to set the TV to Ch 3 but rather select Video 1 or 2 or A/V.
Hope this be of some help/idea to you. Post back how things are or should you need further information.
Good luck and kind regards