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If my remote only turns on the TV when i have it programmed to turn on the cable box and AV reciever as well, is there any way to get it turning on all 3 again or do i have to reprogram it?

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Why does it turn on, then off?


"HDMI-CEC", short for HDMI Consumer Electronics Control, is an HDMI feature many TVs and peripherals have.

If the TV is connected to an HDMI or a programmed remote is being used on the cable box the TV may be getting a second command via the HDMI cable.(CEC) Suggest disconnecting the HDMI cable and manually turning on the TV and see if it will remain on with just a blue screen, Try changing the input to antenna-DVD etc and see if the TV remains on.

You may need to check the settings in the cable box or DVD to change the auto control(CEC) feature. Or if you prefer controlling the TV via the cable box remote then you would not use the TV remote for turning on and off.

This can get very confusing because the TV and the DVD or the TV and the cable box will interact between each other. The problem can be more confusing if the components are not exactly compatible with the CEC. Also many remotes have the additional feature of controlling other components in your AV setup. Many times the operation is alternate action. So each cycle of the remote the TV changes state from on to off. If the two components are out of sync than one is on and the other is off. In that case not using the master on off of the remote but using the individual component setting allows for the two to be sync again. (both off or both on)

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My Westinghouse TV was working just fine, but stopped turning on after I had issues with the cable box. Those are resolved, but I can't get it to turn on. Anyone have any ideas on how to fix this?


Patience may be the key--It may be substrate charge phenomenon--
Disconnect everything from the TV, including power cord and all ins & outs and wait awhile (3 days is sufficient) to let the internal charges bleed off. Reconnect TV and try it again. It sounds like a power surge (or lightning strike nearby) jammed a temporary "substrate charge" onto TV's circuitry.

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I have a 26" fluid plasma T.V. I did not recieve


If this is the remote that goes with this television, and this is not a universal remote or one for a different model it does not need to be programmed. There is often a button on the remote that adjusts the picture size. It may be wide, format, view mode, aspect, zoom, and etc. This option may also be in the menu if there is no specific button for this task. However there are reasons that the screen size will not adjust even when pressing the proper button.

Now if you are using a cable box or satellite tv receiver there may be a button on your cable or satellite remote that will adjust the picture size. It is usually hdzoom # on the cable remote and format or aspect on the satellite remote. Picture format may also be in the cable box or satellite tv receiver's menu options.

However if you are connecting with an over the air antenna or direct cable and you are watching a high definition program this sometimes happens. You will not be able to adjust the screen size. Also if you are using a cable box or satellite tv receiver and it is set at a higher resolution than what the television is designed to display then this will happen and there will be no way to adjust the picture size. The cable box or satellite tv receiver could also be connected to your television with a coaxial cable to the rf/tv input. If you are in that input rather than the av, component, or hdmi input then this can happen.

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I have two remotes. One to turn on the cable box and one to control the TV on/off and volume. When I was watching TV I hit the wrong bottom for the volume and now my TV is just noise and so picture. Can...


If the cable from the cable box is attached to the TV via a coax cable, then all you need to change the TV channel to either Channel 3 or Channel 4. You may have accidentally push the CH button on the TV remote. Please post back what you find.

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connect all source devices to the Sony LCD tv inputs. and connect the audio output from the tv to the aux input or any one input of the audio reciever. This way you can just leave the av reciever on and control all the input switching with te tv remote. Avoid connecting all the av sources to the reciever and the tv as a monitor from the video out of the av reciever. Just use the av reciever to reproduce the desired audio and do all the input switching with the tv remote. This will simplify the operation an lessen the chance of someone changing the audio settings of the av reciever.

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The TV loses the signal from the dish reciever. I've checked all connections. I have to turn the TV off and then back on to fix it.


since you have a dish reciever you could try connecting the dish box to the television with the AV cables.. (yellow, white and red cables) to the television. once that is done press the source button on the remote until it displays composite then you will have the picture from the sat box. Try it like this to see if it still loosing the signal..

Also you could try is turn off the sat box then back on and see if that fixes that problem if it does could be something wrong with the sat box.. also test a dvd player to see how that reacts.. if that plays good and you connect the sat box on that same connection then the sat box could be having some issues.

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I need ATT uverse remote control code for Onkyo AV rec TXSR304


hi just a tip! try to program your remote to control both your tv and the cable box both at the same time so when you try to adjust the volume automatically both tv and the cable box will respond. you can actually call uverse for that so that they can assist you on programming your remote to your tv and cable box. hope this would help goodluck!!!

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that is because i think that your reciever would have its own code

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