Question about Apex Digital AVL2076 20 in. EDTV-Ready LCD Television
I have the Apex AVL2076 digital TV but without the original remote and from the TV on-screen menu there is ** provision to turn off the SAP. I purchased an Universal TV Remote and there is ** button to turn off the MTS/SAP feature. Is there any other way I can turn off the SAP feature without buying the replacement remote from Apex, which cost $27 plus $8 shipping?
SOURCE: Apex Digital GB4308 remote
Programming the Remote Control Remote-control switchover Press VCR/DVD, SAT/CABLE or AUX to select the device you want to control. To program the remote control Press and hold VCR.DVD, SAT/CABLE or AUX for over 2 seconds until the LED on the remote control turns off. Release the button the LED will light again (the remote control enters the PROGRAMMING mode). Enter three-digit code number for your equipment. If the correct code number is entered, the LED blinks three times. If you enter a code not listed below, or you press any other buttons than SEARCH and 100+, the LED turns off. To search codes Press ad hold VCR/DVD,SAT/CABLE or AUX for over 2 seconds unil the LED turns off. Release the button (the LED wil light again) and the remote control enters the PROGRAMMING mode. Press SEARCH. Press CH+/- to search codes downwards or upwards. Each time you press CH+/-, the code number decreases or increases by 1 while the remote control sends the code number for POWER button on your device. If the desired code number is found,press 100+ to program the code for your device until the LED blinks three times.Then the remote control exits from the PROGRAMMING mode and returns to norml operation. Or press any other button to exit from the PROGRAMMING mode after the LED blinks rapidly eight times, and the operation is not active. To check the current code number Press and hold VCR/DVD, SAT/CABLE or AUX for over 2 seconds until the LED turns off. Release the button (the LED will light again) and the remote control enters the PROGRAMMING mode. Press 100+ . You may read the code numder according to the LED display status as follows. * If there is no operation within 20 seconds during the steps mentioned above, the remote control will automatically exit from the appropriate operation. Code Number First - digit 0 1 0 1 Second - digit 0 0 4 5 Third - digit 0 6 3 0 First - digit Blinks rapidly once Blinks once Blinks rapidly once Bliks once Secod - digit Blinks rapidly once Blinks rapidly once Blinks four times Bliks five times Third - digit Blinks rapidly once Blinks six times Blinks three times Bliks rapidly once
Posted on May 01, 2007
The orignal power cord went out and our Toshiba laptop has a similar cord. The cord for my lap will work with the TV. But i dont know for how long. The tv is for my 5 yr old and we have never used it more than 4-8 hrs straight. You can purchase the cord for about $65 the model# A135-S2256. I hope this helps. I was actually looking for the orignal cord and i have been running into the same problem. So it looks like i'm going to purchase the Toshiba cord too.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
SOURCE: philips universal remote codes
Hi Troysingleto. The code can depend on what model of URC you have. According to a site I found by Googling, the code for Apex TVs on one common URC from Philips is 044. Here are the steps to input it directly:
1. Press and hold the Code Search button until the red indicator stays on. Release the Code Search button.
2. Press and release the desired mode button (TV, DVD, etc). The red indicator blinks, then stays lit.
3. Enter the 3 digit code (044) . Note: after a valid code entry, the red indicator turns off. For an invalid code, the red indicator flashes.
4. With your device on, press CHANNEL Up. If the device responds, no further programming is required. Note: If some buttons do not operate your equipment, try one of the other codes for your brand.
If that code does not work, you can still find the code using this manual procedure first posted on FixYa by cptnkirk4064:
1. Manually turn on device to be controlled.
2. Press and hold the "Code Search" button until the red indicator light stays on, then release it.
3. Press and quickly release the desired code button (TV, VCR, etc). The red indicator light should blink once.
4.Press the "Channel Up" button repeatedly (up to 300 times) until thedevice to be controlled changes channel. The red indicator light shouldblink off with each button press. If you accidentally overshoot therequired code, press the "Channel Down" button to backtrack through thelibrary until the device changes channel. Pressing "Channel Up" changesdirection again.
5. Press and release "Mute" button to install the code.
If you wish to actually identify the code once this has been done, this is the procedure:
1. Press and hold the "Code Search" button until the red indicator stays on. Release the "Code Search" button.
2. Press and release the desired mode button (TV, VCR, etc.). The red indicator light blinks and then stays on.
3. Press and release the "Code Search" button. The red indicator light goes off.
4.To find the first digit for the code stored under the mode key pressedin "Step 2" press each numeric key from 1-9 in turn. When the redindicator light blinks off, the number you pressed is the first digitfor the code you are searching for.
5. To find the second digit,repeat "Step 4," this time when the red indicator light blinks off,this is the second digit in your number.
6. Repeat again for the third digit in your code number.
Once I find out the code for my TV or DVD player, I write it on a small piece of paper (make sure to note which unit code is for!) and tape it to the inside of the lid to the battery compartment for future reference.
Best of luck!
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
Yes, you can but you need a VGA cable to go from your laptop/PC. If your Laptop/PC has a DVI video connector, then you also need to get a DVI to VGA adaptor. The manual below will explain how to connect your TV to a PC.
Posted on May 02, 2009
DVD remotes typically have 2 sets of up and down arrows for such things. Make sure the remote you purchase is meant for dvd players.
There really isn't anywhere to search for what remote would work perfect for you other than some very costly ones. So I can't really point you in the direction of a make or model.
You can also Email Apex Support and ask them for a replacment remote. It will cost you but no more than a normal remote and its made for your dvd player.
Thank you for stopping by Fixya!
Posted on May 20, 2009
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