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Re: Reprogramming TV Stations
Don't you just hate that when the co-executors are so careless. :) (just kidding :)
You will need a remote but that's easy... Go here: http://www.miracleremote.com/ and get a miracle remote for a sony and they are as if you purchased the original remote. We have serveral here in the shop for various brands and they access all the functions of the original for a fraction of the cost...
Then just go into the menu and do an auto-program from setup.
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The backup battery needs to be removed from the clock radio. Then, unplug the device from the wall and count to 15. Plug the radio back in and see if the presets have been purged. Unplug the radio again for safety, reinstall the backup battery, plug the radio back into the wall and begin reprogramming.
Now, if you really don't want to have to reprogram all your stations, I suggest you look at the company's website for a free download of the user manual which will give you step-by-step instructions on reprogramming the radio.
this is the frequency settings that programmed in your audio system, reprogramming will be done your problem, if it cant be programmable install a device on antenna output(frequency modulator changer) you will pick-up all station you want but the problem is... the digital cant be set to appropriate radio station
Your vertical IC will need resoldered. And check near this IC for bad capacitors. And any and all grounds where there are heat sinks attached to other transistors and ICs. This should restore your TV. Find a hobbiest or TV tech to pull the board out for repair!
you have a programing error in the main control ic it ca be repaired but its $$$$$$ my guess is 150.00 -200.00 the control ic has a modified control memory the memory is held in place by a charged capacator if you unplug it and leave it for a week and plug it back in it might be ok for a while if not try unplug it for a month . that might be enough for a reset but the problem will keep comeing back the chip is damaged
The term digital in this case is the mechanism used to tune in stations. Rather than making adjustments using a front dial to fine tune the stations, there are digital circuits that will lock in the station. The "digital" stations you are referring to now are the over-air digital broadcasts what use a different method for transfering the signals over the air. These stations now broadcast a digital stream of information rather than an analogue TV signal. If you are using an antenna for receiving these over-air broadcasts, you will require a converter.
First, you need to get the TV to work then worry about the remote. The TV will power on/off using the power button on the TV but thats it. You can try whats called a 'hard reset'. Unplug the TV from the wall and anything connected to it for 4 hours. Then plug everything back in. The manual is on the website: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=KV20FS120