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Menu options auto channel, not in english

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Kimminc5- just wondering if all your menu is in a different language,if so you will have to go to your menu and change it.This may be a little fun but you really cant mess up too badly even if you have to guess the language.I have done this lots,just try and maybe I can help. cooltek Feb18/08

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Set stations


A channel scan is a vital part of utilizing your cable TV service. When a coaxial cable is connected to a TV, sometimes it will not display any channels until you configure the TV for your specific cable connection and scan for available channels. A channel scan can be applied to basically any type of TV or TV/VCR combo, even if you are missing its remote control.

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    • 1 Bring up the TV's menu. Look for a button on the front panel of your TV/VCR labeled "menu" or "setup." Press it and you should see a menu appear on the screen. Part of the menu should inform you what buttons you can use to navigate through the menu. If not, try using the volume buttons or channel buttons on the front of the TV and see if pressing those allows you to navigate through the menu.
    • 2 Specify channel scan settings. Once you are able to navigate through the TV's menu, look for the "channel scan" "auto-program," or "auto-tune" option. This may be inside one of the TV's sub-menus such as "setup," "channel setup," or the like. The key of this step is to specify your cable settings before running your channel scan. The "tuner mode" option needs to be set to "cable" rather than "air" or "antenna." You may have to specify what cable type to use, this will be set to "std" or "standard" for the vast majority of cable providers. If you are not certain what cable type you use at home, contact the technical support department of your cable provider.
    • 3 Run a channel scan. Once the scan settings have been set properly, run the scan (usually done by pressing a "start," "scan" or "begin" button.) When the scan is complete, check to see if you are getting all of your channels. Contact your cable provider if you are not sure how many channels you are supposed to be getting.


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Jan 08, 2015 | Standard (CRT) Televisions

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Okay, here I am again, wanting to know how to add cable channels to my Hitachi C21 F800S TV. It currently only shows one channel, BET. Please help! Thanks!


1 Press menu button to enter the menu screens for the following optional adjustable settings.choose
2-tune
3-AUTO SEARCH (Activate to auto search & preset receivable broadcast stations)

-if it don't work change this
4Press menu button to enter the menu screens for the following optional adjustable settings.choose
5-tune
6-BAND (change the band system for tuning (i.e. VHF-L,VHF-H or UHF).

if VHF-L don't work try VHF-H or UHF and restart all over

good luck

Oct 05, 2014 | Standard (CRT) Televisions

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I have tried to tune my tv but its still not going even when i put the cable in the right place.! it just shows no channels at all.! what can i do?


In your "Channels" menu, you should have the option of "auto tune". Once you've plugged in your antenna, cable cord, select this option. Before doing so, unplug your tv ONLY and let it set for about a minute. Plug it back in, turn on, go into Channel Menu and select the "auto tune" option. This may take a while, as newer tvs have several hundred channels. This will auto tune your tv to the channels received through your selected device\cable. You may consult your user manual for further assistance. I just did this with my tv a couple weeks ago and its very simple. You will also be able to "delete" channels that do not come in well, or not at all i.e. The "ant screen" etc.

Aug 29, 2014 | Standard (CRT) Televisions

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I cannot get channels after 17 how do I get the rest of the channels


In the menu, select "Channel Set Up", then set the "Cable" option to OFF. Finally, run "Auto Program" to find all available channels. Done.

Dec 27, 2010 | Sony KV-35S42 35" TV

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Change from spanish to english


Hello

The Plug In Menu comes up automatically when you first turn on the TV after plugging it in. The

Plug In Menu helps you to get your TV ready to use by letting you set your preferences for:

• The Language in which you want the onscreen menus to appear,

• The Auto Tuner Setup of which channels you wish to receive,

• Setting the TV's clock to the correct time so your timer functions will work properly.

Descriptions of each of the Plug In Menu features appear on this page and the next.We recommend

you complete the Plug In Menu setup first so your TV is set up just the way you want,

right away.

Introduction

Auto Tuner Setup

Language

You can choose to view your onscreen menus in three languages: English (ENG.), French

(FRAN.), or Spanish (ESP.).

Press the MENU button

Press UP or DOWN To LANGUAGE
Press RIGHT or LEFT button to choose a language
You will not need to press the MENU button to enter this screen from the Plug In Menu.
OK

Dec 26, 2010 | JVC AV-27850 27" TV

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My sharp 25n-m100 only gets a couple of the cable channels how do i make it get all basic cable channels


In the menu look for an ANT INPUT option, choose cable and look for an AUTO TUNE option. Hit the AUTO TUNE and wait til it scans all the available channels.

Dec 24, 2010 | Sharp 25N-M100 25" TV

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Manual needed for Sanyo CP29ST3 - I need to tune in TV channels! I lost the manual!


Sanyo has two parts distributors in the U.S. Both are listed below. You'll need to contact the one closest to you and inquire about purchasing a replacement manual. In the meantime, if you're just trying to program the channels into your TV, you need to bring up the TV's menu and select the screen that has the channel or setup options. All TV menus follow the same general format: you should see icons or words going across the top of the screen or down the left side indicating the different menus that are available. On some older TVs you have to press the menu button more than once to cycle through the different menus. Each menu has different options such as picture options (brightness, color, tint, etc) audio options, setup options, and channel options. Use the arrow keys on the TV remote to manipulate what you see once the menu is on the screen. Once you find the channel options, you need to perform what's called a channel scan. On the screen it may say auto scan, auto program, or channel scan. Once you start the scan, you're done. The TV will scan for all available channels and the menu will disappear once it's finshed.

I hope I've provided you useful assistance and that this information allows you to make an informed decision as to how to proceed from here. Please be sure to vote on my response. I hope I've earned a good rating from you today.

Please post a comment if you need additional assistance so that I can help you further.

Jul 22, 2009 | Standard (CRT) Televisions

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Menu


I think, Your TV menu item to auto-program has been locked. read its user manaul to unlock it. Many companies gives such lock facility in tv to avoid miss use.

Jun 14, 2008 | Sanyo DS24425 24" TV

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Can't find any info on this model pcw027 c121


IN MENU SET TV TO AUTO PROGRAM BUT MAKE SURE IT IS SET FOR CABLE TV

Jan 17, 2008 | Standard (CRT) Televisions

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