I don't have my instructions, I can't get all the cable channels, it only goes to channel 12. The TV always goes to input 91, can't get the channels to go up or down with the controller also. have to do it manuallly.
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Re: Rca 25" f27227e
When you bring the menu up on the screen one of the items will let you select cable; another item will let the set autoprogram, let it run through all the channels and it will select what channels you should receive-then you can do channel up/down.
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If your Sharp television has RCA jacks, you may use them through your VCR. Your VCR would have to have a tuner and then you may use this as a means for getting a signal. Newer VCRs and DVD players generally do not have a tuner. Thanks for asking!
your line in or front RCA yellow/white/red cable input is usually defaulted to channel -1 and is accesible by either pressing the tv/video button on tv or remote or sometimes by scrolling down channels past 1
Use channel up or down buttons, the inputs are usually in between the highest and lowest channels you have programmed, or if you have a remote try entering channel 90 or 91 another possible is enter 00.
Either tune your TV to channel 2 or 3 or (on some TV's) to 91.
Then, connect the COAX-output from the set-top-box to the COAX-input on your TV, or connect the "output" Red/White/Yellow RCA-jacks on the set-top-box to the Red/White/Yellow "input" RCA-jacks on your TV.
If not, the RCA plugs, listed as input 1 and 2 are shown on channel 91 and 92.
I recommend connecting the DVD to either input. Turn on the DVD. Then run the auto programming function of the TV. It will find and program the channel for the DVD. Then use the channel up or down on the remote you are currently using and you should find a working DVD.