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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, try switching your tv to channel 3 or 4 and see if that works- there should be a switch on the back of your DVD player beside the Coaxial Cable outputs-it will allow you to use Channel 3 or 4 as the default to play dvd's. I hope that helps-if more detail or wiring diagram is needed-please leave make and model numbers and i'll try to help.
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Posted on Dec 23, 2007
Try resetting the TV:
Posted on May 19, 2009
if its the model i think it is the lcd15-m3 then go into d.menu (about 6 buttons up from the bottom left) then using the arrows next to the same button go down to the last option which should be setup or settings and press ok.
then go down to instalation (again the last option) and press ok
then down to first time instalation (again last option)
Select yes and press ok, this will bring you up to your original setup page
(menus are the same in most models but almost positive that the model you have is the m3
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
SOURCE: My cable input has disappeared.
I also have this problem. Also, if I switch the input to PC or HDMI, it will no longer allow me to go back to AV.
AV itself doesn't quite work. When I turn on a peripheral, the TV seems to register the machine, but doesn't properly display it. For instance, if I turn on a game system, the screen switches from "No Signal" to grey. Another interesting thing is that when powered on, the intro screen that is usually blue displays as grey.
I'm chalking it up to a software issue, so my solution would be to find a way to reset it to factory settings, but I can't find any way to do so in the manual or online.
Posted on May 29, 2010
SOURCE: I just bought a Samsun
is that the av channel? if so, how do you know your getting a signal from the ps3? try hooking the ps3 up to something else to make sure you have a signal coming out of that cable (this is where you have to start) if you have another device like a DVD player, or VCR, hook that up to the AV input (or channel one as you say). if you get a picture from those devices, the problem is your ps3 not sending the signals to the tv. sorry I can't be more helpful, but that's my guess
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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