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How do I reset My TV Sanyo DS25580

I have tried to reset my tv by disconnecting it, I need to Change the Video Output and do not have the Remote. HELP!

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How do I reset Sony Wega KDF-60XS955


SELECTED PRODUCT: KDF60XS955 (change your search)
How to reset the television to the original factory settings.
Article ID: 42994 ' Last Updated: 08/15/2015
WARNING: FOR LCD AND PLASMA TELEVISIONS: This procedure will reset the video calibration settings of the TV. If you paid to have your TV screen specially calibrated, you may want to first try performing a power reset instead. Otherwise, any special calibration settings will be lost.
A Video Tutorial is available with information about this topic.IMPORTANT:
  • The supplied remote control is necessary to perform this procedure. Then be sure to point the remote control towards the front and center of the television.
  • If lights on the front of the TV are blinking or flashing, follow the steps in this answer.
  1. Unplug the TV power cord from the electrical outlet.
  2. Allow the TV to remain without power for one minute.
  3. Plug the power cord back into the electrical outlet.NOTE: The TV should turn on automatically. If it does not, turn it on.
  4. Wait approximately 40 seconds for the TV to completely start up.
  5. On the TV remote control, press and hold the UP ARROW button.
  6. While holding the UP ARROW button, press and release the POWER button on the TV set. NOTES:
    • The TV may turn off and then back on.
    • The button may be on the front, top or side of the TV. If your TV has an Energy Saving switch, be sure to press the POWER button rather than the Energy Saving switch.
  7. Release the UP ARROW button.NOTE: The initial setup screen displays if the above procedures were performed correctly.
  8. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the initial setup.
IMPORTANT: If the reset did not complete successfully, disconnect all devices from the TV and turn off or disable the network connection the repeat these steps.

Sep 24, 2015 | Sony Projection Televisions

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My DS25580 tv, I need to find out how to switch the Video Input manualy with out the remote?


Hi just go to menu settings then find the TV System you can see there what system you want

Thanks!

Jul 16, 2008 | Projection Televisions

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How to reset convergence? on mitsubishi ws 55511, has a shadow colored blue or yellow


There is an option in the user menu on the tv. Using either the remote or control panel on the front of the tv, press MENU then select SETUP. After you choose SETUP go to the 3rd column with the 3 icons. Here you can adjust the red or blue color or reset the convergence back to factory default.

After a few years the set will begin to show increasing problems with the convergence settings. When you can no longer adjust either red or blue horizontally or vertically an IC replacement will be needed. Your set uses (1) SANYO stk393-110 and you want to make sure it's SANYO and not a knock off brand as those usually fail prematurely.

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Need code for sanyo tv from innovage universal remote


http://www.hifi-remote.com/ofa/codes-tv.shtml#tv

click there for the complete list. it indicates that the sanyo tv codes are 0154, 0159

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I need a remote code to for a sanyo tv to use on a samsung remote


IF YOU NEED A CODE FOR A SANYO TV AND ARE TRYING TO USE A SAMSUNG REMOTE THE CODE SHOULD BE EITHER 05 OR 20.HOPE THIS WORKS

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Hdmi channel not showing PS3 only sound


might be problem with PS3 rather than telly. Try another HDMI cable in case something wrong with yours. You can try and reset PS3 video output by holding power button down (when in standby mode) until it beeps, them use original cable and see if that shows up on your TV. If so reconnect HDMI cable Ps3 will detect it and change settings back to HDMI then see if the TV picks it up.

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The volume, channel and TV/Video buttons are not working on either the TV (itself) or the remotes.


Good Day, amberhorwitz;
It sounds like you may have a Mitsubishi TV. Am I right? If so remove speaker grill, you will see cables, disconnect..... That should solve concern.... use remote ONLY. Or give model and brand. Also, try to 'reset' the TV. To reset unplug TV for 2 to 5 minutes then plug TV back into power (A/C).
Good Luck, big IRISH.

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Sanyo DS25580


ah ok!

you mean your sensor in TV is not working?

ok ill teach you how to check the remote first... first get a radio and set in AM (amplitude modulation) then try to push the button in front of the AM radio, if you push the button of the remote control in the front of radio AM you can hear a sounds beep beep beep every push you can hear a beep. if you hear the beep sound the remote control is good.... if not its bad....

i hope you rate me as solved in premium thread

thanks!

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Sanyo TV stuck on video channel


sanyo ds35590 no remote, tried universial remote still cannot select menu on uvm. What remote do I need? Or can I get into the menu without remote. I am trying to watch a dvd.

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