A button was pressed and a PIP screen popped up and now i dont know how to get it off. I pressed every button on the remote. I can move the little screen around and i can make it big and small, but nothing seems to make it go away.
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That's a text box not pip. Press the cc button repeatedly on your remote control or go into your menu and find the closed captioning setting. There may not be a menu item for closed captioning. It might be a button on the remote only. You should be able to scroll through the closed captioning options when pressing the cc button to choose off. You are more likely in the text1 or text2 mode right now. If I am wrong and it is pip there should be a pip button that will enable you to turn this feature off (or a menu option). If you need the remote that originally came with this television try http://www.replacementremotes.com/
You must press function before you can control PIP with the yellow labelled buttons.
Press to change the TV channel in the window picture.
Press to move the location of the window picture [counterclokwise] around the main picture.
Press to freeze the window picture with Freeze button.
Press freeze button on the remote handset again to restore the previous screen.
You will need to either find a Sony remote with the PIP off button or a Sony remote with a RESET button. Borrow from a neighbor if needed. The newer TVs do not have a reset button, but the old ones do. The PIP OFF is self-explanatory... The RESET button method requires you to do this: With the TV on, point the remote at the TV and press and hold the RESET button on the remote, then press the power button on the TV. The TV we do a factory reset.
PIP (Picture-in-Picture) Picture-in-Picture is a feature which allows you to watch two different signal inputs simultaneously, when selected. Press menu, go to set up (the wrench icon). Drop down one to the button and highlight the option. Press the button to activate the PIP feature, which will bring up a display showing Style. Press either the or button to select it to be either PIP, POP or OFF. Press either the MENU key to return to the previous menu display or the EXIT key to return to your program if task has been completed. If PIP is selected, then you will have the options of selecting the Input (Refer to PIP mode on page 60 of this manual; for different combinations), Size (The size of the little box to watch the second signal) and Position (Where you want to place the little box with the second signal). If POP (Regularly called Picture-by-Picture) is selected, you will only have the option to select the Input as the screen will display the two different signals side by side; each one occupying half of the screen. Using the AUDIO key allows you to select which audio
You must have the original remote to do complete convergence adjustments. Remote method: Press MAGIC FOCUS button on front panel to start the magic focus. When magic focus is running, press MAGIC FOCUS again. STOP should appear onscreen. Immediately press RECALL or STATUS on the remote (must be pressed before STOP vanishes). The set is now in DCAM (Digital Convergence Adjustment Mode). Manual method: Remove the front grill and access panel or reach around from the back and press the little pushbutton located in the front left corner of the PC board, next to the Digital Convergence Module.
Once in DCAM, the remote buttons STATUS selects green, 0 selects red and ANT selects blue. 2,4,5 and 6 move the cursor and the thumbstick makes the corrections.Make all necessary corrections and then press PIP MODE. The words ROM WRITE? appear onscreen. Press PIP MODE again to store settings. When green dots appear, press MUTE to return to convergence pattern. Press PIP MODE (ROM WRITE? appears again) and then press PIP CH. This will Initialize the internal sensor data positions. When INIT finishes, press POWER on the TV and convergence is complete.
i am not familiar with this model, but on most sets you will have a button on the remote to activate pip, when active you should be able to adjust channels on the small display with the remote and cycle through inputs. depending on the tv you will either have 2 inputs for your cable/sat/tv feed, or will have 1 with a dual tuner. check the connections in the back for a second cable input, or hook up a dvd/vcr/game console/etc to test the pip. start dvd or tape playing, press pip button to display the mini-screen, then use the tv/vcr or input button to cycle through the modes and see if one pops up. most tvs that have pip will also have a swap button on the remote, it may be labeled with text, or it may just look like one screen overlaying another, press that one to swap between displays.