Hilips Magnavox TV- Model # MS3250C321, Serial # 77488694
I have this TV, I inherited it, so I do not know exactly how old it is, probably three years.
It wirks fine, the picture is great, the voice is clear, the probelm is:
I switch it on, five seconds later it goes off, all by itself. This goes on forever, especially if the weather is rainy, like today. So it is for me: on - off - on - off - on - off......This started 'out of the blue' a couple of weeks ago. Can this be repaired and how much would it cost? Or shall I put the TV into the trash? Please tell me!
Re: hilips Magnavox TV- Model # MS3250C321, Serial #...
Anything can be repaired, question is how much it will cost you.
Sounds like a problem in the high tension side of tv, wether it is the transformer or leakage remains to be seen.Also because it is aggravated by damp weather.
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Depends which country you're in, but in the UK the value of any 19" cathode ray tube tv (the old bulky ones) is effectively zero as it's difficult to even give them away now. As they're classed as hazardous waste they actually cost money to throw away.
For insurance purposes, buying a good used one including shipping is about £70 and that's also what many used tv shops may charge for a refurbished, guaranteed, ex-rental model with delivery included.
If you have a new for old policy then the value is effectively the cost of the cheapest Philips (or brand equivalent) 19" LCD tv including delivery and installation costs.
You might try a Magnavox brand universal remote. Get one with a "menu" button. Often they give nearly complete control on a Magnavox brand TV. Otherwise, the only real solution is to purchase the exact original remote. There are many vendors on the Internet selling replacements, but often the costs are ridiculous.
I called Philips Magnavox at 1 888 744 5477 and they told me the default ACCESS CODE number is 0711. It works on my TV though it didn't solve MY problem of the TV defaulting to Chanel 9 every time I turn it on. Drats. Hope this helps.
TV shutting off automatically means its a problem with the Lamp. Contact Pioneer or any local tech shop or Best buy and get the same replaced. Turning off after specific time : Go to the timer option and disable the Automatically Switch off option. This will resolve the issue. Please let me know if it worked. If you need the user manual or instruction manula please click on the link below http://www.generalmanual.com/Televisions/Sanyo-DP19647-Wide-Screen-Integrated-Digital-LCD-HDTV.htm. Hope this will be of help to you.
IF I understand you correctly, the VCR, Satellite, etc is connected using an RF modulator/coaxial cable wire going into Antenna in
IF this is true, then you have an AV IN port (red, yellow, white) free on the back. Just connect the red, yellow, white from the out of the DVD - you can use 1 or 2 - just remember which one you used; and connect it to the AV IN on the back of the TV.
THEN press ch down on the TV remote until you get to "AV1" - it is below channel 2; double check DVD player to make DVD is playing and voila!
Great question! First think to know is that if you are getting your programing from a cable or satellite provider a digital converter box would not be needed. These services are not being required to change their signals. If you use rabbit ears or an antenna a digital converter maybe required.
Looking at the specifications of your televisions they all appear to have analog tuners which would need digital converters to receive the new digital broadcasts.
Thankfully the FCC does have a program in place to offer coupons to assist in purchasing the new converter boxes.