Question about Sharp Aquos LC-32G4U 32 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
I have the same problem....it started when our tv was only about 6 months old but rarely turned off during a program and I thought I lost my digital signal. Circuit city told me it was cable problem not a product problem.
I changed some cables to new ones, the others were also new.
I don't think its temp related because mine does this when you first turn it
on. And sometimes now you can try dozens of times before you MIGHT
get the tv to power on to get a picture.
Otherwise my problems are same as the others who commented. I am going to check for recalls and hopefully I don't have to fight with them to get results. At this expense it is OUTRAGEOUS.....my Sanyo old fashioned tv that cost me 279.00 at Sams about 15 years ago is still ticking !!!
Any idea what the problem is before I go further?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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1. Manually turn on the component
you want the remote to control.
2. Locate the enclosed Code Lists.
Find the list for the component you
wish to program. Find your
component's brand. You will see a
listing of four-digit codes for each
brand. If your brand isn't listed, use
one of the Code Search methods to
program the remote control. (Refer
to pages 7 and 9 for Manual and
Auto Code Search methods.)
3. Press and hold the component key
(TV, VCR•DVD, SAT•CBL) you
wishto program. The illuminated
ON•OFF key turns on and
remains on. If you release the
component key at any time
during the Direct Code Entry
procedure, the illuminated
ON•OFF key blinks four times,
and the process is exited.
4. While holding down the
component key, consult the Code
Lists for the four-digit code that
corresponds to your component's
brand and use the number keys
(0-9) on the keypad to enter it.
While you are pressing the
numbers, the illuminated
ON•OFF key turns off.
5. After the fourth number is
entered, the illuminated ON•OFF
key turns on. At this time, release
the component key. If the
illuminated ON•OFF key turns
off, you have entered a valid code
and have followed the correct
procedure for Direct Code Entry.
If you enter a code number that is not
in the Code Lists or you do not follow
all of the steps for Direct Code Entry,
the illuminated ON•OFF key blinks
four times when the component key
is released. This is an indication that
a programming error has occurred.
In that case, repeat the Direct Code
Entry process from step 3.
of each key, be sure to keep the remote
pointed at the IR sensor of the
component you are currently
programming the remote to control.
6. To confirm that the component key
is programmed with the correct
code for maximum functionality,
test the component. Attempt to
control a variety of the
component's functions with the
remote. If some of the features of
your components do not work, try
programming the remote with a
different code in the list until you
find the code that allows the
remote to control the majority of
your component's functions.
Different codes can provide
different levels of functionality
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