This tv keeps changing channels by itself.
Can you tell me what to do to stop it doing so.
It's very annoying.
Removed battries from remote control , in case it was that.Was not.
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Hey cthaemar, it sounds like it may have been switched off the correct channel. If it is hooked up with a Coaxial cable it will be on channel 3 or 4, and if it is hooked up with an AV cable then it would be on one of the inputs.
If it's channel 3 or 4 try pressing the gray TV button on the remote and changing the channel. If that doesn't work you may need to use the TV's remote or the TV itself.
If it's on an input press the same gray TV button and then try pressing Input. With this you can also try the TV remote or the TV itself to change those if our remote doesn't change it.
Let me know if you have any other questions or concerns!
When you bring up your guide look at the top of the screen and you will see the LIST: if this says ALL HD then press the guide button until you see ALL SUB or a menu and select ALL SUB. If your guide keeps changing by itself its possible to have remote interfence since you have a UHF remote, especially if you also see channel changes as well. Try setting the guide and go from there. If you still continue to have issues call 1-800-333-3474 for tech support for extensive troubleshooting or at dishnetwork .com/tech.
Thanks for Using FixYa. If its a 4:3 normal TV or a wide 16:9 TV then you can view high definition picture by using the ARC button on your remote control to change the wide mode(Auto,Letter Box, Pan & Scan). Also check its free user manual for more information.
the exact same thing happened to my dta800. i unplugged the ant. input at 20 percent and then plugged it back in when it resumed. i dont know why this worked, but i now get my 25 channels instead of the 4. this digital garbage is annoying all around. hope this helps. senor punko
depending on the tv, some tv's you can change the input by channeling up and down. others you have to push an "input, tv/video, source or a/v" button. some tv's have this button on the tv itself (try that) or try the button on the remote. make sure you are using the remote that came w/ the tv. (because if you have a satellite remote, some satellite remotes the input button has to be programmed seperately) the problem is not exactly clear if you could be more specific steps that you are taking to try to change the input to the regular channels. i may be able to help better
first i assume you are trying to watch the unit through AV. If this is the case, turn on unit, press "Display Format" on the front of the unit, keep press it till you have "YPBPR" displaying, press select on front panel, next press "Display Format" again till you come to 576i, press select. Now press menu and it should display. If this problem occurs with HDMI, simply change the display settings to HDMI, and 1080i. Hope it helps, Murder-face.
Mitsubishi's TVs are much better their cars but some have a weird tuning system. Under the cover for AV3 input (lower right front of TV) is a small recessed button marked 'preset'. Push this, then choose 'Auto' to scan and load the channels then choose 'Manual' to adjust and reassign them to the right channels.