Not sure how, but while flipping channels, somehow a button was pressed and when I pressed the channel or volume button the screen shifted up and down and left and right. Also, there was the letter ''S" on the top right. I had to shut the TV off and on to remove the "S". Now the image is shifted to the right and I don't know what buttons to press to bring the image to the center of the screen.
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Make sure that the source is set to TV. If you use the original remote, press the top button between the volume up/down and channel up/down buttons. If you use the buttons on the side of the TV, the Source button is next to the Channel Down button.
Next press Menu. (On the TV, it's the top button. On the remote, it's the top left button next to the arrow keys.) Now navigate down to Channels (use the Channel down on the TV) and press Enter on the remote (or Menu on the TV). Navigate down to Scan Channels and press Enter or Menu (as needed). Choose Antenna or Cable, depending on your source and press Enter again. (Note: the volume buttons on the TV are your left and right arrows in the OSD.) If you get a confirmation notice, select Yes and press Enter.
assumming your remote has a keypad with a bunch of numbers 1,2,3, etc those are the channels you press the combination of the channel number you want and press enter...sscrolling up and down thru the channels is probablymore what you want, and that should be located by a set of signs wghich has horizontal or vertical arrows right nex to each other...
press the menu button and you should have a screen with Picture,channel set,eng/esp/fra, V-chip set up, caption (off). With picture being highlighted press the volume up button, then press the channel down button until you see game mode, then press volume up for on and volume down for off...
Make sure your channel is assigned to "main mix" (bottom button to right of main volume slider).
Make sure your main output slider has volume applied.
Make sure the cable you're plugging into your "main output" is being plugged into the 1/4" or xlr output receptacle that corresponds with the slider you provided volume to.
You should then put the outgoing cable into either an eq or an amp.
If you're going to an amp first, place the cable carrying the signal from the board into an "incoming" slot on the amp. Run a cable from the output of that channel of the amp to a speaker. Turn on the amp and fade the volume knobs up. That should give you power - provided your board, cables, amp and speaker are working properly.
If you're going to an EQ first, place the cable carrying the signal fromt he board into an "incoming" slot on the eq. Then run a cable from the output of the same channel on the eq to an incoming slot on your amp. Then run an outgoing cable from the same channel on the amp to a speaker. Flip your eq on, flip your amp on, fade up the volume on the amp, and make sure you don't have a gate closed on the eq (also make sure if you have a gain knob on the eq, that it's at least partially providing power). If your board, cables, eq, amp and speaker are working properly, you will have sound.
The Visar has a channel lock feature. If you hold down the two channel buttons at the same time, it will do one of two things depending on the settings. Either the channel will lock, or the channel numbers in the LCD will flip. If you press the channel button and the "popples" "pop" (for lack of a better word) then the channel selection buttons re most likely OK. To fix it you just press both channel buttons at the same time for about 5 seconds. It will beep and you should be able to change the channels. If not, then it needs to be repaired.
Usually on a universal remote (after programmed) the volume is controlled by pressing the cable button then adjusting the volume. When you turn your tv on by pressing tv power---then flipping through the channels by pressing cable--channel up or down. The remote (in my experience usually only controls the volume while in the cable mode)