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I can hear the movie but cant see a picture. Tried options on tv itself and even another tv same thing happens. cant even see the setup button menu.

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Don´t you by mistake put the progressive scan function

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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Yes,Used ur tv remote.Push the button said Menu.Go into ur tv MENU go to SETUP go down to Ch.setup or something like that on down to all the option of the SETUP menu.Look for 2 words like AIR or CABLE.Pick CABLE if ur college dorm offer pay tv services.Press the Enter button to scan for pay cable channels after it done scanning for channels tv should have picture and working.

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Dish menu but no picture or sound


Try holding the power button in on the receiver until the picture goes away then turn it aloose it will reboot and your sound will usually come back. If you had rather and can get to it unplugging it from the electric outlet, the receiver, does the same thing.

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The audio and video are not in sync


Are the movies you're watching store purchased DVDs? Sometimes with downloaded movies, the audio and video are just out of sync.

If they're store bought, it's possible that you've got a delay set in your receiver. Consult your receiver's operating manual to see if there's a "delay" option.

It's also possible that you're hearing that delay in the TV speakers.

If you've got the audio coming through the receiver AND the tv, you'll hear a slight delay when the audio's traveling from the DVD player to the television itself. This could happen "sometimes", if the tv volume is on, and not happen when the tv volume is off.

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try changing the channel you outputing to. go to your tv1 location hit the menu button and choose number 6 system setup then number 1 instalation then number 5 modulator setup then change tv2's channel to like 65 then select done go to your tv2 put on 65 and see if this helps issue

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Power lock enable


Okay, do this.

On the top of the t.v. itself, hold down the Volume+ (up) and the Menu button down at the same time. This will turn off the "power lock." This is also how you turn on the "power lock." (Though I can't think of a reason anyone would ever want to do this.)

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I cant finalize my DVD recordings on my magnavox recorder.


Try this. In your SETUP options, ensure that AUTO FINALIZE and FINALIZE AT END OF TIMER are turned OFF.

Insert DVD to be finalized. Quickly press SETUP button. Be patient while DVD loads. (You will not see the "loading" bar on your TV screen. You will instead be mesmerized by the SETUP options!)

Once DVD has loaded the DISK FINALIZE option will be available. You can then FINALIZE.

I found it cheaper to get DVD-R from Radio Shack (about $5 for 25) for VHS movies that I know I want to keep. They do record up to 6 hours, even though the packaging is unclear on this point. Picture quality is as good as the expensive DVD's.

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Picture turns into looking like a reverse negative


Often you will get a bluish or reddish looking picture if your wires from your cable box/satellite or DVD player are inexpensive RCA type video cables. Try using a nice set of component cables or HDMI cable from your sources to your TV. If this is your setup, try this first...its the most inexpensive first option.

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Progressive Scan


SOLUTION #1
you'll need to reset. press stop to stop any playing disc, and press stop again holding it for 5 seconds to reset the system.
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SOLUTION #2
works with remote only
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SOULTION #3
While Disc is Running,
By using remote control,
Press Stop Button once to stop the disc (Stop in Memory Mode)
Press Stop Button once again to go into Full Stop
Then, Press & Hold Stop Button for 5 Second or So.

GOOD LUCK!
koreanainusa

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