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The TV you have bought from Belgium, Sharp 25R-S100_ model can only recive NTSC [National Telivision System Commitee], signals only. It is not a multisystem compactable one. In France, the telivision boradcasts are in SECAM system I thinks and knows. [It is known as Sequrntial Colour and Memory]. The TV you have bought will work in US and other countries like that, where there transmission sytem is NTSC. I don,t know whether in France there is TV stations transmitting on NTSC system. If have, your TV will receive that transmissions. It is a system compactibility problem.
If the matter is so, nothing can be done to receive programmes transmitting in SECAM system. If a system convertable device is available in France, that is SECAM to NTSC system converter, you can connect it according to the instruction manual come along with that device.
Your TV is capable of receiving 181 channels and have PLL[ Phase Locked Loop] channel locking system, but have only capable of receiving NTSC RF signals. Ok
The direct tv reciever has a coax output that will send a signal to channel 3 or 4 that any older telivision can recieve...so the answer is yes. You obvously need a direct tv reciever to watch direct tv on any telivision.
sounds like a sticking tact switch. an engieer would isolate the sub-panel that contains the volume and the manual programme up/down switches and then operate the TV using the remote control and see if this eliminates the problem