The tv will not respond to any functions other than on/off, volume control, pip, and last channel from the remote. the only sidepanel button that functions is power. It is stuck on last channel viewed. No response with remote or buttons on TV. please help
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U can't switches to the HDMI modes with the universal remote,because universal remotes it have very basic functions only like Off/ON channels up and down volume up and down mostly it,this is far more functions then the universal remotes controls can do.Tries websites like Remotes.com,Tvrepairworld.com to buy an exact remote to the tv original DLP tv remote.
The blue tube might be leaking coolant in the high voltage area, that is the cause of the POP. This repair might not be a DIY because of the lethal high voltage surrounding the CRTs tubes.
The slow response from the remote could be because the coolant has affected the main board where the IR signal are going to the remote sensor.
Let me know if you require further assistance.
If your TV has built-in Duel Tuner then you can see 2nd picture in pip. In remote you have channel up-down button for main picture and another set of channel up-down for pip function to change channels in pip.
MrKevin, some Hitachis have 2 different pip buttons on the remote, I believe 1 says pip mode or something to that effect, do the rest of the functions on your remote work? Check and see if you have a second pip button and be sure the remote is set to "tv" if it has that little slide button on the side, good luck, hope this helps
I have the same problem. When I move the 8300HDC away from the TV, or power off the TV, the remote responds. There seems to be some kind of RF interference, which makes no sense since the TV shouldn't emit RF, and the the box should be using IR only for remote input. My TV is a 46" LCD Samsung. Try turning off the TV and see if the 8300HDC responds to powering on and off with the remote.