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I have an Onyx 15" LCD TV Combi SW1536LD. On switch-on I cannot reselect which mode I wish, in that, the TV defaults to the DVD setting, when I do request TV setting the TV does not recognise the signal from the remote control. I believe the remote control is at fault, but have you recorded faults with this particular model before?

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billyjones69
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SOURCE: TELEVISION

This user manual should help!
http://portablemedia.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/wharfedale_international/l15t11wa_l15t11wc_l19t11wa_l19t11wc_l20t11wa_l20t11wc_l19t12wa_l19t12wc_l20t12wa_l20t12wc_l22t11wa_l22t11wc.html

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

SOURCE: Change TV to AV mode so as to receive signal from DVD recorder

facing simillar problem:(

Posted on Jun 14, 2008

Nickstar19
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SOURCE: I HAVE A LG LCD

Its Needs repair its in the main circuit board

Posted on Jul 08, 2008

kakee
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SOURCE: Philips LCD HDTV Model 32PF5521D/12

Try to do a hard reset. Unplug it for several hours like 2-3 hours then plug it back in. If that didn't fix the problem, there's an internal component that you need to check on the circuit board like a burned capacitor. Check the fuse and the power supply. If you can't do it, you need to contact a tv repair tech.

Posted on Sep 06, 2008

SOURCE: My Logik L22LID628 tv has

We have had two of these tvs break within 2 days of purchase, in our case both times it seems to be a backlight failure. Did you wall mount your tv? If so when you take the base off it leaves a hole in the casing leaving circuitry visible. I think it's very easy to damage the ciruitry.

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

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