Press the menu button in the middle of your remote and scroll over to the middle tab that's labled "TV" and then scroll down to "auto search". click on this option by pressing the right arrow key on your remote so that your T.V. and "re-scan for channels. It might take awile. I took me about 5 minutes but for majority of the time it was stuck on 45% while it was scanning.
Power off the set. Unplug it and wait about 5 minutes, Hold the power button on the set for 30 seconds and then plug the TV back in. It should work fine now.
This is the TV reset process, your custom settings will still be there.
Press orange button V button in the middle of the control go to the wrench click on the orange button and go to system reset and press right to select then press setup wizard and it will scan all your channels again then your control should work cause it work for mine.
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Unfortunately, the Vizio D390-B0 only has a Power and Input button on the TV. You need a replacement remote (XRT020) or a universal remote with the code for Vizio that was programmed 6 months after the TV was released. The D390-B0 documentation suggests that the TV was released in 2014.
On some of the Vizio Smart TVs, there are volume and channel buttons along the side panel. They are pretty well concealed, but there are there. If you can give me a model number, I can be more specific.
If your Vizio TV has a built-in HD converter, 16 channels is what you can expect. If the channels are identified with decimals such as 10.1, 10.2, etc. they are HD. The cable connection you refer to must be connected to an antenna, otherwise you would have a cable box and a monthly bill from some cable company
This can happen when there is radio interference near the coaxial cables. Sometimes the interference is behind walls. The solution is to try a different combination of modulation and channel than what the DISH receiver is current set.
The DISH menu screen for this setting is Menu-6-1-5. With dual-tuner receivers, typically "TV 1 Out" is the TV that is connected in the same room as the receiver is located. "TV 2 Out" is the tuner that is fed to the remote TV via backfed coaxial signal.
All that needs to be done is to change the channel and mode going to the effected TV to something different. If your channel/mode is currently set to Air/60, try changing it to Cable/73. When you change the mode/channel in the DISH receiver, you need to set the remote TV to the same mode and channel.
Keep in mind that with some TV companies like VIZIO, they call their "Air" mode "Antenna". With VIZIO's the TV must be set on TV input and then go into the Menu to the Settings, Tuner Settings. Change mode type to match what you are trying on the DISH receiver, exit the VIZIO menu and manually enter the channel number.
Eventually with trial and error, you will find a mode/channel combination that isn't effected by your particular environmental interference.
First - connect DVD player preferably to the same input (unless you are using RF connector) and make sure that same issue does happens while you are watching movies. If it does - main board in your TV have to be replaced. If it does not - it still cable signal problem.
could it be Ch 9's digital signal is not broadcasting right? what is your refresh rate on your tv? 60 or 120hz? if its 120hz, then its more then likely the digital broadcast, if its 60hz I think its your tv can't keep up with their signal that may be at 120hz. Make since??
The main board is bad. I have seen a lot of TV has the same problem like you have. Replace main board will fix it. If you bought these TV from Costco and less than 2 years then they all still under warranty.