Question about Sharp 25N-S100 25" TV
Not sure what you mean by no control?
Brightness settings on any TV made since the early to mid 90's (besides tiny cheap B&W TVs) will have the settings in an on-screen menu. Sometimes the menu is accessible through buttons on the TV itself, but always accessible through the remote control. If your TV does not have the ability to get to the settings menu from the TV controls itself, you will need the original (or compatible) remote control for the set, there is no other option.
It could also be that the set is just dying; it's an older set, and certainly would be a possibility.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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