Question about Sanyo HT27546 TV
Our antenna is spliced to both the digital and analog inputs on our Sanyo HT27546. For analog stations, all functions work, including the Channel Scan Memory. However, for the digital stations, the tv itself (and remote) as well as the CH Scan Memory will not allow you to use the up/down keys or numerals to select a channel that it has not picked up through the Add-On search.
Is this just a signal strength problem from the stations? (I know it is missing local stations that are currently broadcasting DTV channels). Our antenna is continuing to pick up their analog equivalents-some in pristine, crystal clarity, but the digital ones simply aren't there. I suppose there is some sort of threshold of signal strength for which the TV decides there is "no signal" but is there anyway to adjust this?
I do not think it is a problem with our antenna. It picks up analog (and a couple digital) stations over 150 miles away...
Thanks for any advice!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The only way your going to change the video mode is with the original remote. If you need another remote go to http://remotes.com or call 1800 remotes Theres a button on the upper left hand side of the remote called video mode. A universal most of the time will not work this function. You could ask around to your friends and buddies or relitives if anyone has a working Sanyo remote or go to a local retailer that sells Sanyo and see if he would let you borrow one for a little while so you can switch out of the video mode. Good Luck
Posted on Aug 20, 2006
Your digital converter box probably does not have an analog pass through that allows the old analog channels to go through to the tv's analog tuner.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
You gotta have a way to get signal to the tv . If you don't want a outside antenna use rabbit ears .After you hook them up hide them behind the tv then do a channel scan. If you don't pick up all the stations set them on top and scan again or get satillite or cable hd boxes.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
the model you listed will receive digital rf signals without the need for a converter box. the link below is a link to the owners manual for your set, in it you will see what to do to get your local station once the television signals switch to all digital broadcasts.
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Posted on Jan 29, 2009
SOURCE: Digital channels
It's possible the stations you have in your area
have switched from UHF to VHF or vise-versa
I had the same problem and have lost one channel completely
You didn't clarify if your using an antenna or
cable qam so I assumed you are using antenna.
Youll need to check your antenna to see if it
supports both UHF vhf if it only supports one
that could be your problem .
go to antennaweb.org it will help you determine
what stations are avalible to you .
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
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