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Go to Wal-Mart, Target, K-Mart, Sears, Best Buy, or any store like that make sure you have your make and model written down with you and go get a universal remote they can run anywhere from $15 to $100. Just make sure the model of remote you buy works with your television set. The instructions are usually pretty easy and involve punching in a code - I recommend once you figure out the code you highlight it in the instructions and write it down on a small piece of paper and use scotch tape to secure it to the inside of the battery cover so you have it when you change the batteries.
It is your projector tub if you are getting alot of blue in the picture. Those guns are very expensive to replace. I am sorry to tell you that. It would be cheaper set from wal-mart for your kids to play on.
They sell a cleaner in the electronics department at Wal-mart, Best Buy and similar stores that is made to clean these screens. I suggest Wal-mart becuase they only charge around $11.00 for this kit. Other places I've seen charges up around $20.00. The kit comes with a bottle of spray and a cloth. Make sure you use the cloth provided and follow the instructions that come with the kit.
Thanks for the offer but we cannot afford to pay additional money for something the Factory support service Should provide.
From what we have heard through the Verizon installer, our SANYO LCD TV probably does NOT have a Automatic picture adjust system. That would most likely be the reason for the maunual button on the remote control. The troublle is that with the FIOS service, you do NOT use the TV's remote control. That leaves to switching back and forth between two different remotes wiich can be vary confusing for someone that is not 88 years old.
It is bad enough that you have to remember which channels you have to go to to receive HD programming signals. If I were making a TV set, and or running a TV network/ cable service, I would transmit both HD and regular signals on the same channel number and let the TV and or the decoder box figure out if my set could display High Definition. Isn't that what we spend lots of money buying equipment and paying each month for service?
If anyone out there knows if the SANYO 32 inch LCD TV sold at Wal-Mart automatically adjust to the picute format, (PIX 1-4) we sure ould like to hear from you.