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Censor i feel that my censor on my tv does not work. is there a way i can switch the television to the audio so i can watch dvds or play video games

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  • Anonymous Aug 22, 2008

    we have purchased two different remotes thinking that the remote itself was bad but i am convinced that it is the censor on the t.v. what can i do

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Please try and explain more what you wish to do, and what the problem is with your set. The "Censor" or v-chip is a device designed to allow parental control over what type of programs children can watch. If you meant "sensor" then i assume you mean the reciever for the signal from the remote control - these rarely stop working if the front of the sensor is clean - the problem is almost certainly in the remote. Some(but very few)televisions allow you to switch off the video signal so you can just hear audio, but this will not help you to watch dvds or play video games in any way. Please clarify what help you need, as to be honest your question makes no sense - if you are unsure of the names of things then please try to describe them and i can hopefully help you out :)

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