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find the button marked AV and press that until you get the TV channel
or press the AV/TV button again to get the channel for TV reception
what you have done is upset the input mode as to where the signal is selected from--X box ,TV, DVD, wifi etc
Hi. By static, do you mean 'snow' image ? DVD players must be connected to AV inputs and selected as an AV signal, either by using the remote control, either using the local controls in the set itself. If you see, what you call static, means that your TV is on "a" channel without areal input. (antenna inputsignal).
You can use the local TV channel button (-), go all the way down below channel 1. There the AV inputs are located. Good luck.
You are trying to connect the TV by AV setup. You have to select the input selection to TV to AV. If the TV have a Menu button on its front panel, you can enter into its menu options, surf through, and select the input selection window. Here you can select input to AV. If there is no 'Menu' button on the front panel of the TV, you can'd do this selction. You must have its remote control to select this option.
You haven't given any details of wiring have done with tV to DVD. If it is connected via AV cable, the input to TV must be selected to AV. If it is connected with RF cable to to TV antenna socket, channel-3 or channel-4 has to be selected. The pictures of AV cable and RF cable attached. This is AV cable.
You have to have the tv "set" to the right input. note where you have hooked up the cables in the back (inputs should be numbered) you must select the coresponding input number on the input selection on the remote.
You will need to connect the video and audio from your DVD to the Input of the TV. So use a RCA cord to connect from the video output /audio output of the DVD player to the AV/Input/video input/audio input of the TV. Now use your remote to select the AV channel and your video and sound will come. Do this carefully . Hope you try. Good day
Does this particular television have a digital tuner built in? If this is the case, try to search for your channels. There should be a section in the manual for this. If you have an external tuner, check and make sure you have the correct input selected and then change the channels on that device rather than the television.
I had the same problem, had a universal DirecTV remote that was able to control the volume/mute, power and channels (both TV and DirecTV), but the input button didn't work. There was no av/tv button on the front of the tv, and the autoregistration of channels didn't pickup the gamecube on the AV channel. What solved it was simply to press "00". I couldn't believe it, but it was that simple. Hope this helps you like it helped me, since the tv was not going to be of much use since we were using the RCA inputs, not the coax. Didn't want to try to conver the RCA to coax either.
A universal remote in most cases can not switch this TV into the AV mode...you can but a orignal replacment remote for your TV At www.remotes.com and then you can use all the functions again!
That will fix ya!
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