I have a 32" flat panel that i have hooked up to my surround system, I always have the volume on the tv down the entire way and only get our sound from the surround system but the tv whenever it's on has this terrible high pitched ringing sound
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You should be able to access the A/V input by cycling through all available channels (using the Channel Up/Down buttons). You may need the A/V device to be powered on. However, if you programmed the Channel list to skip Aux, you may need to add that back into the list. You need the Menu function on the remote. Use the Up/Down arrows to navigate to Channel Set Up. Then press the F.Fwd (right arrow) to enter the sub-menu. Then select the Add/Delete Channel option.
I hope that after all this time, you were able to find that code. But if you weren't, or you still have some questions, here are some steps and codes.
1. Hold down the clear TV button until all lights light up at the top of the remote 2. Punch in a 3 digit code (provided below) 3. Press the # (POUND) button 4. Try powering the tv on/off, and the volume. If one or more of these functions do not work, start over from step 1 with a different code
Hello, on some of these combinations you might have to try not only the TV codes on your universal remote list, but also the DVD or VCR codes also. One of these three will program your universal remote, but make a note: you may have a partial function on your remote ie: power, but no volume control or channel scan(up/dn) or no number operation(0-9). This happens on some of the universal remotes not all of them. thanks!
Here is the manual:
Follow the instructions for connecting a cable box to connect your converter box. Front panel buttons can be used to make menu selections if you do not have a remote.
Try connecting earphones or headphones to the 3.5mm Headphone socket on the TV and check this works correctly, i.e hear TV when watching TV, hear DVD when watching a DVD etc.
If all is OK, purchase a 3.5mm Jack to L/R Audio/Phono cable. Connect the 3.5mm jack in to the headphone socket on the TV and connect the red/white phone ends to the 5.1 surround system.
It should solve it. SCART out is not always live in all sources so is not a reliable way to connect.
scroll down on the channel button from channel 2. the different aux inputs should be there.there may also be a video/line in/source button on the front of the tv.if there isn't, you can buy a cheap universal remote for under $10 [even in some dollar stores for $1]