Re: sanyo tv kit 360 ch fit in my old tv & lock channel...
i am imran
and i have also buy sanyo tv kit 360 ch fit in my old bpl 20"tv and i know for unlock tv channel.
try this this code definetly is solve your problem.
1st go to the locked channel.
and then press menu>system>child lock
and then press and hold down tv/av key and press swap key.
and see locked channel is unlock.
i have coming soon post for service code menu in short coming days.
please reply me to firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you did forget the code to release V-chip to this TV, there is no other way than contact its authorised service center. If you want to unlock the child-lock to certain channels:
1 Press or to display the password entering mode. Press MENU, then press or to display the (LOCKS) menu. 2 Use the number buttons (0-9) to enter your password, then press ENTER. The LOCKS menu appears. 3 Press or to highlight CH LOCK and press or to display the CH LOCK menu. 4 Press or to highlight CLEAR and clear all channels from the list of locked channels. Press ENTER. 5 6 Press EXIT to return to normal viewing.
Well after playing around with the tv some more, I decided the problem was probably the cable jack, and tried running the video in/out cables thru the VCR to get around this, which I read generally works but in this case nothing. I had tried the tv on various settings, anytime I put the tv in "video" mode I'd get a blue screen and nothing else. Anyway I found a switch in the back of the Direct Tv box for ch. 3 & 4 settings. So I flipped it but still got a snowy picture, only this time it was on ch 4 instead of ch 3. By sheer accident I put the tv back in video mode while I had the satilites setting to ch 4, and the picture came up crystal clear. Since I didn't mess with it further, I'm not sure if it was the channel selector or the fact that hooked the tv up via the video cables, but whatever it was it did the trick.
I just KNEW this could not be a broken tv despite the fact that everhwere I read online suggested it was. I knew pictures can go out, or sound can go out....but to have BOTH go out didn't make sense to me. Anyway, glad its working! :)
If not, the RCA plugs, listed as input 1 and 2 are shown on channel 91 and 92.
I recommend connecting the DVD to either input. Turn on the DVD. Then run the auto programming function of the TV. It will find and program the channel for the DVD. Then use the channel up or down on the remote you are currently using and you should find a working DVD.
That works great except I can get the tuner to program any channels above channel47. Is this a limitation of this older model TV
yes there is limitation in old tv.
is there some setting I can change in order to get more channels using the tv tuner?
in INDIA what we do is put a remote control ckt which gives us about 250 channels.
of course we replace tuner also called hyper tuner along with remote ckt or replace whole kit which are cheaply available.& serves the purpose.
hope this will help