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im sorry I cannot deliver any thing. I was just helping fix things that was broke and saving people money because most things can be fixed at home very cheap instead of paying 300 dollars for a repair on a 2 dollar part. sorry if I could I would for sure.
After you click that link,the universal code finder appears on your screen.Just fill-up the shown box below the step # 1 2 and 3 then click the (get my code) words below the step # 3 to find the universal code you need.
If you want a direct link to the codes. please indicate the following:
Brand name and model number of remote.
Brand name and model number of the device you want to hook up.
Type of device that you want to set.
I hope this link and code could set your remote to control your TV.If you have comment and follow up question please feel free to reply.Thank you and good luck.
i had the same problem with a Sanyo tv, was ready to trash it and a friend told me how to fix it.i went to the tv menu (not cable or satellite menu) and from the settings list chose CLOSED CAPTION . i had inadvertantly made a change there which left me with a black text box and very little viewing area. i just had to make sure all of the options for CC were OFF. hope this helps
This is caused by a bad capacitor in the vertical circuit. If you can solder, you may be able to resolve this yourself. If you wish to attempt this repair, please update this and I will provide additional details and instructions.
Worth taking it in since it is hard to find a new TV for less than $300. I have a 32 inch JVC iart that for about 2 years would turn itself off and the timer light would blink. Only thing that worked would be to disconnect and turn back on. Eventually, the tv "popped" I could smell something that burned out and within 3 weeks tv went "dead" Took it to a tv repair place and replaced power unit for $150. I had similar problem with a 19 inch Philips and that tv has been going strong for 4 years since repair.
The vertical circuit is not pulling the top of the picture to the top of the screen (CRT) correctly. Its possible you have a loose wire or device ( after moving ) . If you have vertical agustments on the back , you may be able to adjust the picture taller; if the picture becomes stretched ( non - linear ) then you definately have tv tech only problems. At that point I'd really think twice about a repair and consider a new DTV or HDTV set. If the unit was damaged by a mover , then you may have a claim against them .