TV will not power "on" when activated from either control panel or remote. Prog timer indicator flashers "green" 4 times then stops. I am unable to get any picture. I checked the electric and it appears OK. Is this possibly a code indicating that the picture tube has been damaged? Thanks,
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Re: TV will not power on. prog timer flashers
Try connecting the TV directly to a different wall outlet and check. If the issue persists, try power resetting the TV. Turn Off the TV and remove the power plug from the wall outlet for 1 minute and reconnect it and check the operation. If the issue persists, then the TV requires service.
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To set record DATE,
press to select:
1~31= one time, or
DAILY= MON~ FRI, or
WEEKLY= same time
each week and
To set remaining items,
to select and
to set START/ STOP times,
CH (channel) or LINE
input (p. 35), and tape
speed (SP, LP, SLP).
to end programming.
To Enter More Programs,
to select and
to set an unused program
number, and then repeat
The “Timer” Indicator lights up on DECK.
• You can do Timer Recording with the power on or off.
• “TIMER REC WILL START SOON” appears on-screen for 2 minutes
before Timer Recording starts. If DECK is in DVD mode, no message
appears, but the VCR REC Indicator, the VCR mode indicator and
“REC” will flash on Multi function Display.
Could not find a free guide, but e-how lists the basic instructions.
Set the day and time on the timer. Press and hold "Clock." While holding the "Clock" button, press "Day" to scroll through the days of the week and select the correct one. Press the "Hours" and "Min" buttons to select the correct time. Release "Clock" when you are finished.
2 Press "Prog" set the "On" time for the switch. The word "On" and the number "1" will appear on the left side of the display.
3 Press "Day" to choose an individual day or a block of days. Choosing an individual day means that this specific program will only activate on that day; choosing a block of days means that the program will be active on each day in the chosen block.
4 Set the time that you want the timer to switch on by using the "Hours" and "Min" buttons to select the appropriate time. Press "Prog" when you are done to complete your entry of the "On" time.
5 Select the "Off" time for your timer by using the "Day," "Hours" and "Min" buttons to choose when you want the timer to switch off. Press "Prog" again to save this entry. Repeat steps two through six to set additional timers.
6 Press "Day" and "Hours" to activate the random timer mode. An "R" will appear on the LCD screen, indicating that the timer is in Random mode. This will cause your timer to switch on and off at different times, following no set pattern.
7 Press the button that looks like a hand with the index finger extended to perform a manual override. The display will show you whether it is in Manual or Auto mode, and whether it is turned on or off. "Manual On" means that the time is switched permanently on while "Manual Off" indicates that the timer is turned off. "Auto Off" activates the program that you have set, while "Auto On" turns the time on until the next schedule "Off" time, after which it continues to follow your programmed times.
8 Press "Clock" and "Prog" at the same time to use the countdown feature. Use the "Hours" and "Min" buttons to select the length of the countdown, and press "Manual" to start.
9 To reset the entire unit and clear all programmed times, use the end of a paper clip or a ball-point pen to press the "Reset" button, located above the "Manual" button.
I thinks that you need to set its colour and other parameters, and posted this problem. If so there is adjustment at the first "Menu" option itself.
Press "Menu" button on your TVs remote control. You will see "Video" function as first selection on the screen. Use "Prog Up or Prog Down" keys to select and hilight the desired parameter. Use "Vol up or Vol down" keys to change it as your taste. That is all.
Normally the "Contrast should be more that 55% to 60% of its total value to get a clear and vivid picture. Colour and brightness are according your individual taste. Ok
If you wants to reset your TV to factory settings,
Turn on the TV.
Hold down "Reset" button on your remote handset and keep it pressed.
Press and release the power button on your TV front panel. the TV will turn itself off.
Release the "Reset key". Ok
Your TV has to be initilized. It should be retuned to get the channels memorized in its memory section. Then only you can get the channels stored. Hopes that you have its remote control hanset with you. Replace two new cells in it and proceed the folloing steps. Connect ariel to its back socket before doing these.
 Press power button on the front panel of your tv. The initial setup screen appears.
 Press Ch+ on the remote control handset or on the front panel of your TV to start auto program, or Ch_ button to exit.
The initial setup screen will appear each time you switch on the tv until you perform autoprogram.
To perform autoprogram again
 Press Menu button.
 Press to highlight Channel Menu
 Press Pr Dn button to hilight cable. Press [+] to select.
 Press Prog Up or Prog Dn to hilight On or Off according to how you connected your TV. Press [+] to select.
 Press Prg Dn to hilight autoprogram. Press [+] to search for channels.
 After autoprogram finishes, press "Menu" again to exit.
TO RESET THE TV TO FACTORY SETTINGS
 Turn TV on.
 Press and keep hold the "Reset' button on the remote control hanset.
 Press and release the "Power button" on the TV front panel. The TV will turn itsef off.
 Release "Reset Button" now from your hanset.
These are the processes to be done to either autoprogram or turn it to factory settings. Ok.
LCD Programmable Timer
(630-0892) Operation Faxback Doc. # 17153
Setting The Time and Day
Follow these steps to set the current time and day.
1. Slide RUN/PROG/TIME SET to TIME SET.
2. Press HOUR to set the hour digits. Pressing and holding down HOUR rapid-
ly advances the hour digits.
NOTE: P appears to the left of the hour digits to indicate P.M. hours.
3. Press MIN (minute) to set the minutes digits. Pressing and holding down
MIN rapidly advances the minute digits.
4. Press DAY until the correct day abbreviation appears.
5. Slide the RUN/PROG/TIME SET switch to RUN. The colon flashes to show
the clock is running.
NOTE: Keep this switch set to RUN to prevent accidentally changing the
Setting The Timer
The timer has 14 settings (1-14). Odd numbered settings specify a time to
turn on the appliance and even numbered settings specify a time to turn off
Follow these steps to set your timer.
1. Slide the RUN/PROG/TIME SET switch to PROG. The display shows the first
setting. If you have not entered any setting, the display appears as
shown in the illustration.
2. Press Event to select a setting to enter or change.
3. Press Hour to set the HOUR digits and press MIN to set minute digits to
the correct time.
NOTE: Be sure P appears to the left of the hour digits when you want to
set a P.M. hour.
4. Press Day to select the day of the week for this setting.
If you want the setting to apply to every day of the week, repeatedly
press DAY until all day indicators appear on the display.
5. When you finish entering the setting, press EVENT. The timer advances to
the next setting.
6. Repeat Steps 3 through 5 to enter additional settings.
NOTES: Be sure to set the timer to turn off the appliance. The appli-
ance remains on as long as there is power if you do not set a
time for the appliance to turn off.
To replace an existing event, select its setting number and set
the new event time.
To clear an event, select its setting number and press CLEAR
twice. Be sure to clear both the on time and the off time for an
If you set the timer to turn on the appliance every day, be sure
to also set the timer to turn off the appliance every day.
7. Set the RUN/PROG/TIME SET switch to RUN.
NOTE: You must set this switch to RUN to turn on or off the appliance
either automatically or manually.
When the timer automatically turns on the appliance, ON appears on
the display and the indicator lights red.
When the appliance turns off, the indicator turns off.
Reviewing The Settings
To review the settings in your timer, set RUN/PROG/TIME SET to PROG. Setting
1 appears on the display. Repeatedly press EVENT to view the other settings.
NOTE: To determine event being programmed, pull the power for a period of 5
minutes. Then re-power the unit. The first event will be "ON" and
the next will be "OFF", etc.
There will be a number to the side of the display that tells you which
event you are programming, The even numbers are "OFF" and the odd
numbers are "ON" events.
This is what one for all's web site says to do: 1. Turn on the device you want to set-up (ie: TV, DVD, etc). 2. On the remote control, press the device key for the device to be set- up. For example, to set-up a TV, press the TV key; to set-up a DVD, press the DVD key, etc. 3. Press the "SET" key and hold until the small light ("LED") on the remote control blinks twice, then release. 4. Enter the Code for your device. If you've done it correctly, the "LED" light will blink twice. (Note: 'Codes' are listed in the instruction booklet). 5. Press the "POWER" key and the device will turn off.
It doesn't say the LED should stay lit after pressing TV here.
Try this and let me know at which step the remote programming breaks down.