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You have to set the channel you want as a favorite first and you can do this from the TV. This is why the channels skip as you press up and down. Sometime or another those were someones favorite channels.
Press "MENU" on the TV until "SET UP" appears on the screen.
Now press ^ or v until "FAVORITE CH" appears in purple.
Now press < or > to display the favorite channel FAVORITE CH menu.
You will use < or > to got between "SET and "CLEAR."
So now go to "SET" and press ^ or v until you get to channel 1.
If you want to delete a channel first then select "CLEAR" and then add the channel you wish.
What your doing when you push the channel up and down on the TV buttons is going through the favorite channels. So make one of the favorite channels channel 1 and program your remote.
Hard to tell without more info. Almost sounds like you're trying to watch 16:9, HD or widescreen format channels on your TV. Without a bigger screen the top and bottom will be chopped off severly limiting viewing real estate.
i do not actually know the model but what you can try is that do a MANUAL TUNE on channel 3 to get whatever channel you previously had You might have to go to the Menu and then find this option Do not do a "Auto tune " this will start scanning for all the channel and automatically give them a location
First you want to go press the menu button on the front of the tv. Second, choose channel set. Third, choose add/delete and manually preset each channel. You can try just adding channel 3 if you have cable. This will turn the tv back on and out of game mode...
Try pushing "03" on the remote. You can also edit the channel list manually, and add or delete any station you desire if the autoprogram does not work right. You really want to connect the DVD to the audio/video inputs (Does it even have an output that connects to the tuner?) anyway. Most DVD players, unless they also contain a VHS player, don't work the way you seem to think they do! Even if you have a machine that works through the tuner, you won't get the best picture or stereo sound unless you use your TV's A/V (or "Line In") plugs with a three section cable having three RCA plugs on each end, NOT the screw-on cable TV or antenna type connectors (RG-59) on a SINGLE very stiff coaxial cable. I am as confused by your question as you are! I don't suggest trying to brush your teeth with your TV either. :-)
I believe you are getting mixed up between channels and programs.
Normally program 00 is used for VHS as it has slightly different parameters for colour and brightness.
If the TV has about 39 or more programs which can be programmed in from the on screen menu, try using program 20 for the video and 30 for the cable. For this to work you must do the on screen frequency scanning from channels 22 to 69 (UK) and select VCR, CATV, VHF, UHF, etc.
I have used program 00 and 20 for two VHS recorders, working on channel 33 and 35 for example, but you must tune them to 33 and 35 on the `Tune' screwdriver hole by the aerial input sockets of the recorders.
I expect if your cable unit plugs into your aerial socket of the TV that it has an adjustment for what channel it is on.
The TV on screen menu may be different in some countries, so it would help if I knew where you are.