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The av channel on my phillips tv disappeared how do i get back on it.

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Dvd hookup


It sounds that you are connected the TV with DVD player Via AV cable. In this case, no RF channels won't go. You have to select its AV option. Check it. Refer the user manual for TV.

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Look on the back of the tv, the sockets that various leads are plugged into will have names next to them e.g. SCART-1 or AV - IN or RF IN. Make a note of which socket is used by your DVD player, VHS etc. with the TV on, switch on the device you want to use, let's say you want to watch a DVD. Some DVD players send a signal to the TV and the TV will automatically switch to the correct channel. If not you will have to select the channel manually. On the remote for the TV, look for a button marked "AV", "AV IN", "INPUT" or "SOURCE" press this button and you will either see a list of possible inputs, in which case, choose the correct one for your DVD player - e.g. SCART-1. If you don't see a list, the screen should flicker, go black, blue or straight to the DVD player. Keep pressing the button until you get to the desired input channel. To go back to normal tv, press TV on the remote or you may need to press the input button a few more times - depending on your tv.

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My cable input has disappeared. All I have are HDMI, AV, and PC inputs. And the entire selection in the menu for channels is gone including auto channel scan.


- Press Menu
- Press 991
- Go down to Memory recall and press enter
- It will ask you "ARE YOU SURE"?
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- It will take you back the menu screen, turn off the TV and turn it back on user_offline.gif quote.gif

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Don't use co-axial cables buy HQ SCART Gold Plated Ribbon cables with full 21pins then hook up the AV out of the DVD player into one of the AV in on the TV.

When you turn your player on it will autoselect the correct AV (audio visual) channel on the TV.

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Does the phillips flat screen tv have to be on a particular channel to operate the dvd player


Yes it has to be on the right av/ext

If you have connect the DVD player via a Scart lead all you have to do when your TV is on is then turn the DVD player power on and this should auto change your channel for you..... The scart lead send a voltage upto the tv so this changes the channel for you.

If this for any reason does not work. Then you will have to use your remote for the TV to flick through the AV/source button until you get to the DVD

Hope this helps you out.

Cheers Little Dish Fitter

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IF I understand you correctly, the VCR, Satellite, etc is connected using an RF modulator/coaxial cable wire going into Antenna in

IF this is true, then you have an AV IN port (red, yellow, white) free on the back. Just connect the red, yellow, white from the out of the DVD - you can use 1 or 2 - just remember which one you used; and connect it to the AV IN on the back of the TV.

THEN press ch down on the TV remote until you get to "AV1" - it is below channel 2; double check DVD player to make DVD is playing and voila!

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there should be a info button or display button on remote to turn on and off, unless it is coming from the box that is connected to tv

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