My PLTV 3250 keeps switching from tv to dtv on its own!
I have reset it and it will still switch from tv to dtv at least three or four times an hour. i am able to switch it back but it is annoying. when watching a DVD it will switch from AV 1 to AV2 so i know its not my satellite. if you have any suggestions please help!
I had the same problem and called the company. They suggested this solution and to my amazement... it worked!
Turn off the TV manually (don't use the remote). Unplud the TV from power supply. Wait 1/2 hour. Then replug and turn it on manually. It should take care of it by resetting to factory settings.
You will have to redo any color, hue, brightness, etc adjustments.
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To turn on the TV: Turning the Display On and Off There is a power switch on the bottom of the display and a power button on top. The power switch is used to cut off power completely, whereas the power button turns the screen off but allows the remote to continue working. To turn the display on: 1. If the power light on the front of the display is off, turn on the power switch on the bottom of the display. 2. Press the POWER button.
To turn the display off: 1. Press the POWER button. 2. If the display will be unused for an extended period of time, turn off the power switch on the bottom of the display and disconnect the power.
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Your question is confusing. If you have cable, you don't need a DTV converter box.
If your cable company has switched to digital cable, they will provide you a box, and the cable should go from the wall into the box, then into your TV.
If you don't have cable but instead rely on an antenna, then the wire will go from the antenna into the DTV box, then from the DTV box into the back of the TV. If you're using a regular coaxial cable to go from the DTV box into the television, the TV should be set to channel 3. If you're using the red-yellow-white RCA wires between the DTV box and the television, the TV must be tuned to "Aux," "Line In," "Input Select," or whatever it's labeled on your particular set.