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Re: no audio or video
If you can see the channel number as well as the volume setting when you press on the appropriate buttons on the remote, then it would seem that what happened is that your TV went into muting (video and audio). This can only be brought about if the TV is not receiving any signal from your cable or aerial. This is a built-in feature. Another possibility is that the tuner section of the TV has some issues. To determine whether cable or tuner, pls try installing a known operational VCR and play a good tape. Connect the RF OUT of the VCR to the CABLE/ANT IN of the TV. Select channel 3 or 4 and should you be able to watch the tap video, then you have just confirmed that it is your cable (or aerial). If on the other hand there is likewise no display on either 3 or 4, then you have just confirmed that somethings needs to be done internally in the tuner section.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.
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You probibally need to re-scan your available channels. The TV goes through and grabs all of the available channels that it sees so you don't get any all static channels while your surfing the tube. The manual is actually about 35 megs so I cannot post it here, but here's what it says; - Hit Menu
- Select Setup
- Select Channel Setup
- Select Auto Channel Preset
- Select Antenna and change it to A or B, whichever one your using.
This should fix your problems, unless your area doesn't have channels past 65. If that's true then everything I just wrote is irrelevant, but there ya go!
There is a width problem. There could be a control inside to control this but the TV should not change so drastically. There is most likely a problem in the width circuit.. This is a high voltage circuit, and is very dangerous to tinker or experiment around inside of. Your best bet would be to call an Authorized Pioneer repair shop and have them have a look at the set. Good Luck
the clicking noise is probably just the relay. I gyess it makes the same noise if ou turn it off manually with the remote?
Does your TV have a sleep timer function? Check to see if this is enabled. You might also check the batteries. If they are old, or the battery compartment is dirty (leaking barteries etc) you might get strange behaviour. My remote lives a life of it's own, changes channels etc if the batteries are weak.