Question about Sharp 32C-240 32" TV
My sharp tv lc46xd1e regularly changes channel and banner appears saying sleep timer has done this. How do I switch off the sleep timer?
SOURCE: Lost Remote
I personally would get myself a "Universal Remote". These units will operate almost ANY unit that uses Infrared... Ya Punch a "Code" in for your particular TV etc, and thats it... total conrtol...
Posted on Sep 22, 2007
SOURCE: sharp tv changing channels
Well, the only thing that seems to be working so far is to plug AV cables into the "input 2" ports (on the front of TV). I plugged in my PS2, without turning it on. It has not switched at random since (about 30 minutes - it had been switching off and on for the past 2 hours). Anyone else have similar success?
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
SOURCE: One channel fuzzy
Tis is an ongoing problem I seen increase alot over the past few months. From what I can gather, all the channels being broadcast over going from the analog to digital, there's no big suprise to anyone. However, the change from analog to digital is changing at a faster rate, so when you look at the TV some channels will be fine and others will have grey lines, fuzzy picture. The only solution-you need a TV with some kind of digital tuner. On the TV itself if the (TV has one) it will say "SD" or "ED" which stands for standard digital or enhanced digital.
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
SOURCE: No channels?
Try going into the setup menu and make sure the ANT input is set to cable. Then look for Auto Program or Channel Setup and let it scan and find all the channels it can receive. After it's done you should be able to go up and down through the channels.
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
the problem for your unit is the manual button switches. In the long time it wasnt used. it got stucked and somewhat rusted. This problem can best be addressed by replacing the buttons switches(tac switch).
this should solve your problem.
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
since you have sound and display it's not the hivoltage. You're electron guns are not being turned on. Most likely the IC which biases the guns or the IC which contains the biasing resistors.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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