Can I perform the one-touch copying without the remote? When I try I get a message on the tv screen that says "No Signal, There is no live picture at the input. Please check connections"
I do have a good tape in and a blank DVD-RW.
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I suggest to go back to the menu and make sure in the connection or signal type to select antenna.. Since you had it hooked up to cable it may not have been selected to go back to antenna. Hope this helps you out.
The remote control is an acess to the TV device for example only from a distance. A remote controll for functionality would require to insert batteries a power source making possible communiction with devices requiring reception transmittion of signals. The remote is handheld pointed to the direction of TV requiring signal before button pressed woudl achieve response. a common button to start the remote control experience is pressing on the power button, that displays a signal on the TV. The TV should momentarily produce a sound and lighting effect,, and displaying on the dark screen a light blue screen. The initial signal response from remote control to TV indicates devices are functioning as required. Additional buttons on the remote controll could perform functions of several available.
The remote control has master button, menu on which every additional function is deriveable. Once the menu button is pressed with remote pointed in the direction of TV, should dicplay a list of options on the blue screen already established by power button. Every additional remote control device functionality is achievable by only after the first two buttons have been powered and pressed to display option results on a screen of TV. The remote controll buttons remaining perform complementary functionalities. For example, the arrow keys on remote control make movement of the options displayed on the screen, where a comfrimation button or identified as select allows to confirm remote functions displayed on the screen. A remote control could have several functionalities only accessible once made to display in screen. The three most common buttons on a remote control are First power button that powers on the TV, menu button that displays a list of functionalities on the powered on bl;ank blue screen, and using the arrow buttons on the remote would moves an indicator arround the screen area options. The selection button makes confrimation of the option.
When you had the black screen on your TV, did you have a banner on the top of the screen displaying the channel and information about the channel? If so, then unplugging the receiver from the electrical outlet for 10 seconds and plugging back in will resolve that issue.
If you had the black screen without the banner, it is a different issue. Please let me know if you had any other messages on your TV screen (No signal, weak signal, etc.).
Gather up all the remote controls that you think are not
working and a digital camera.Turn the digital camera on, all you need to do is look at
is the digital screen while performing the process.No need for turning off all the lights (but may be
helpful in seeing the IR signal). Point the remote towards
the lens of the camera as you would when pointing the remote towards
the TV.Press and hold any
button on the remote while viewing the screen on the camera. Note:
some buttons may not transmit signals via default. Best button to try
first is the power button.While holding the button on the remote and viewing the
digital camera screen if you see a blueish light, that means the
infrared signal is working properly, there is a problem with the direct
connection (if its a universal remote, try setting it up, if its not,
you're probably not pointing it correctly).
Since my problem (Samsung/Comcast) began with a channel selection button pushed on the TV remote when it should have been pushed on the cable remote, I figured the problem lay with the TV. Although I was getting the "weak or no signal" msg., the actual signal strength bar graphic showed it to be strong. Disconnecting did no good. I surmised that the TV was simply not recognizing the box.
I looked at the manual for my Samsung 750 model.
Page 20 discussed "Selecting the source". I accessed the TV menu and selected "Input", then chose the "HD..." item from the highlighted list. Voila! My tv works again.