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AUX to normal channels!

I cannot get my TV to get from the AUX to the regular TV settings. It goes from AUX 2 - 6 but then transfers to Video 1 - 4. I have the cable hooked up from the wall to the TV to get 02 - 99 channels but it still doesn't work! help!!!

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Re: AUX to normal channels!

Have you done a hard reset? (Unplug the tv for a couple of hours, then power it up again).

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I have an RCA projection TV, model D52W19B. The TV powers on ok, stays on, and audio is normal. I don't get a picture. If I press the menu button, the menu will appear on the screen normally.

my guess is you either have a satellite or cable box try unplugging the system cable or satellite and set for 5 minutes and then plug them back and and restart the unit up and see if it comes back the gemstar module would some times lock up causing this problem . and please let me know if that get's you working or if there is more trouble shooting to be done

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I have a Sony KP-53S35 53 inch Rear Projection TV connected to a Directv Receiver. The TV does turn on, but the screen goes blank and VIDEO 1 is displayed. It will stay on, but will continue to do this. ...

Press any channel button on tv remote to switch its input source as TV to watch tv channels.
As you said, screen shows Video-1 display that means tv is set on input-1 that need to be changed, press channel button on remote or tv front to shift it on tv channels mode.
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Sony KP-53XBR45 rear projection TV: Coax input Selector Antena part on rear has the AUX input 'male' connector but the TV/Cable 'male' connection end is missing. Is there a way to use the AUX or any other...

You can replace the connector or if you have a cable box with audio and video outputs on it---connect them into one of the sets of jacks on the back of the set--switch to that input and change channels with the box----you can also do the same thing with a VCR--hook the cable into it and use its video and audio output jacks to connect to the video and audio input on the back of the TV.

In this case (the VCR does not have to work except as a tuner) you will go to whatever input you connect to and use the VCR to change channels.

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Make sure you're TV is set to either the main RF input or the AUX or 2nd RF input. If you are trying to auto program the TV in any of the video modes, input1,2,3 or component1,2, HDMI, etc. you cannot access this function.


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How do you get to s-video on a durabrand tv, av button just goes from tv, to aux one (rca in back) to aux two (rca in front) then back to tv again?

Check to make sure that your series of set has an S-Video connector on the input panel (usualy located on the rear side of the set).

In most TV sets, the S-Video is shared with video input 1, and or 2.

For example, if the S-Video connector is located at position 1, then make sure that there are no other connectors in the video connector for the base-band video feed. The audio connectors will be okay, because S-Video does not carry the audio.

When using S-Video, the L and R audio, and the S-Connector video input will be used on the respective video input.

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I cannot switch the tv to video mode to watch dvds on a dvd player i bought separately for the Broksonic CTGV-5463TCT TV

try seeing what channel is between the lowest channel(2) and the highest. scroll to ch 2 and go one more. most tvs will go to 'video' or 'aux'. that should get your dvd signal.

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you should be able to scroll down on the tv 's channel buttons to get to the s-video, video 1 ect. inputs. there may also be a video/aux/source button on the tv you can press.

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dose anyone know where i can buy a new screen for this TV?

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This may indicate a problem with the RF tuner. When you are using the DVD player is the output of the DVD using the F (RF Coax) Conncetor or is the DVD connect to the TV using the Video/Audio cables (either Composite (Red, White, Yellow) or Component (Red, Green, Blue)). I am do however believe this to be a RF tuner problem. Make sure that the TV is set to channel 3 and the cable box is connected to the TV (set to channel 3). What you could also do is get digital cable and use the video output jack as the input to the TV on one of your aux positions.

I would first make sure the tunner is on channel 3 when using the regular cable box, or if you are using the TV's cable ready features make sure the tunner is working correctly, this might have to be done by a qualifide TV repair person.

I hope this helps
Thank you,

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