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My TV remote has a 'TV/Video' button that when pressed, toggles the TV's screen back n' forth between watching TV or viewing your DVD/VHS. Pressing the button once displays a video-1 screen, twice, a video-2 screen, and third, back to watching TV programs (having two video option screens allows for another DVD or VHS player to be assessed, as long as the TV has another rear connection for a second unit). As long as the DVD player is plugged into the back of the TV, the TV's remote (not the DVD's remote) should accomplish the function.
We used a One4All model URC3021BOO remote.
We programmed BOTH the TV function and the DVD/vcr button with code 0807.
To access the menu PRESS TV then MENU button then DVD/VCR button will allow you to change menu functions using left and right and select buttons.
*TV button will access Menu screen BUT NO menu functions.
* DVD/VCR button will NOT access menu screen but WILL control menu functions if menu is already displayed.
May work with other sharp products, or other universal remotes?
These original (RRMCG1330PESA) remotes run 38.00+ to buy new so try this FIRST!
Will tries go into the tv screen menu again tries see if u can locate and functions like TEXT ON/OFF TEXT 1,2,3..Tries to off all that.The Close Captioning 1,2,3.. and TEXT 1,2,3..are same functions as TEXT 123 3..funsctions have a permanation of a big black box on the tv screen as Close Captioning functions writting without the big black box on the tv screen.
DVD player into your TV and power on. Make sure you plug the right
component cables into their corresponding inputs on the back of the TV.
This is usually done by simply matching the colors of ends of the
cables with the colors of the input holes on the back of the TV.
Turn TV to the proper input to display the DVD. Make sure there is not a DVD in the player.
burn-in reduction screen saver DVD in the player. Allow a few seconds
for the DVD to start playing. A pattern of white "video snow" will
appear on your screen. The entire screen should be taken up with this
the DVD for at least several hours; this will help wear the TVs
phosphors evenly. Depending on how long the image has been burned into
the screen, the amount of time you should play the DVD varies a lot. A
good rule to follow would be to play the DVD at least four times the
period the image has been displayed. If you have an image that has been
on the screen two hours a day for a whole month, run the screen saver
for at least 240 hours
That word Video in green color could be TV's on-screen display as DVP-NS425 has another kind of on-screen display that has track info, time info etc in display. Please press Display on TV remote to turn off that green color Video on-screen display at top right corner. Thanks.
There are settings on most DVD players as well as TV's that allow you to adjust the type of display you want. Make sure both the DVD and TV are set to the same display type (usually either 16:9 for your type of TV). If that still does not fill the screen you will have to use the Zoom function on either your DVD or TV. This will cut off part of your movie, but should allow you to fill the screen. Most DVD movies will also allow you to choose widescreen or normal viewing from their menu. Again, you will lose a small part of either side of the movie, but at least you will fill your screen.
Everything I've read on the web says cable box to tv connection must also use component (rgb) cables. The error is coming from the cable box (STB). All the Scientific Atlanta (SA) cable boxes seem have this Digital Rights Management (DRM) bug and the only way to be totally rid of the error is to replace the digital connection from box to the TV with an analog connection.
You need to press hold the FN key and press the F4 function key once which toggles the display to the External Display source like the television connected along with the LCD of the Notebook.
If the FN and F4 key combination is pressed again, the display will dissappear from the LCD of the Notebook and remain only on the external source.
If the FN and F4 key combination is pressed third time, the display will be back on the LCD of the Notebook and will not remain on the External display source.
Here are these details in other way :
First time pressing FN + F4 ---> Display on LCD and External display
Second time pressing FN + F4 ---> Display not on LCD but on the External Display
Third time pressing FN + F4 ---> Display back on the LCD and not available on External Display (Normal position).
Below are the details of what the Function keys in your DV1000 Notebook work :
fn + f1 Opens Help and Support Center
fn + f2 Opens print options window
fn + f3 Opens default Internet browser
fn + f4 Switches the image among displays
fn + f5 Initiates Standby
fn + f6 Initiates QuickLock
fn + f7 Decreases screen brightness
fn + f8 Increases screen brightness
fn + f9 Plays, pauses, or resumes an audio CD or DVD
fn + f10 Stops an audio CD or DVD
fn + f11 Plays the previous track or chapter on an audio CD or DVD
fn + f12 Plays the next track or chapter on an audio CD or DVD
fn + esc Displays system information.* (*To clear the system information display, press esc.)
Hope this helps...