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Have you find out if the problem is with your remote control? For instance, you are able to control your TV using a Universal remote control. My 32" Vizio TV had a similar problem, initially thought it was related to my remote control but in fact the TV didn't respond either to an universal remote control of my SAT receiver that I eventually use to just turn on and off the TV. I've found out that the problem was with a little board on the TV located at the left down corner viewed from the front side of the TV and that receives the signal from the remote control. I found the board on ebay for about $5, replace it and the TV responded again to both original and universal remotes.
Remove the coax cable from the television Unfortunately your digital tuner may have gone kaput. I hope not but try an init and then rescan the channels. Unplug the television. Press and hold down input and vol-. This might take two people. While holding those buttons down on the television NOT on the remote have another person plug the television in. Keep holding down on those buttons until there is a k (green) on the left side of the screen. Then release the buttons and hold down vol - and channel - until the service menu comes up on the screen and release the buttons. Scroll down once with your down arrow on your remote until you are on page 2/26 (might be 2/some other number besides 26). The press the right arrow to turn on INIT + cause on. Press enter. When the screen turns green unplug the television without powering it down or anything. When you plug it back in it will prompt you back through the setup process.
Replace the coaxial cable before completing the setup.
If you do not have this exact model number do not complete the steps above without consulting again with the correct model number because you can wipe the memory of the television if you do not complete the right choices to bring up the service menu.
Run a channel scan on the DTV and/or TV input depending on what one your not getting channels on. This will solve your issue.
Change the input on the unit to the DTV or TV input. Press the menu button on the remote. Navigate to the tuner DTV or TV tuner setup menu. Go down to auto search using the down arrow. go right when with auto search selected. This may take a few minutes but you should have all the channels back after the scan.
Our Vizio TV came with the same problem and my husband just figured out how to fix this... Go to menu then TV at the top and go down to skip channel. Uncheck all boxes and this should solve the problem. Hope it helps.
well in most tv the dish remote control reconice the code automaticaly just press the tv button then press the power button and press de up arrow button (the one with the square over the select button) until the tv get off then press the # button to save the code try this.... good luck..and rate me
I contacted Vizio the other day. They tell me that they use the same generic codes as LG. I have Suddenlink Cable, formerly Charter, so I still use the Charter remote. My remote only needed 3 digits and I have noticed that many need 4 or 5. I can tell you that the LG code worked for my tv. I can power on/off, volume, and change the channel. All other functions require the manufacture's remote. The code I used is 005. There was also 004 but that did not work on my tv. Hope this helps someone!