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The TV was recently given to me as a gift, and when I first connected it, the remote volume worked fine; but after I configured the channels and sound settings, volume and mute buttons do not work. How can I reset the remote?
Take out the batteries or simply reprogram the remote by using the manual search function on the remote. There is probably a couple of different settings in the remote for this type of TV set, Good Luck
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its sounds like the convergence on your TV needs to be adjusted. (this adjusts all of the color guns in the back of the tv to line them up again, when they get off, you start to get yellow blue or red halos around objects in the picture. In the setup menu on your TV under picture or Display there will be an item that says "convergence" follow the instructions in there so all the crosses on the screen no longer have colored halos anymore.
first of all all you need to do is hoop up the direct tv on input 1 yellow with yellow , white with white and red whit red , then about the volume check and see if you can do something without using the remote control just press the volume on the tv and if nothing happen then you have a defected key panel and that's way you can't use the remote control , now what you can do is take the speaker grill off follow the wires that came from the key board a desconnect then and then try the remote control it should work
The remote is not the problem. The switch for volume up on the control panel has become leaky. Very common problem for this generation Mitsubishi. If you don't mind not having the control panel working you can disconnect it and the set will work just fine with the remote. To disconnect the control panel pull the speaker grill, it just snaps off, and remove the front access panel. Once that is done you'll see a cable going to the switches just disconnect it.
Did you ever get this problem fixed? Ours just started doing the same thing. It worked fine the night before, but today it's doing what yours is doing. The remote stopped working for the TV. The remote still works for the cable box, but volume and anything related to TV function not. The screen flashes when we try to adjust volume or anything else, but resets to previous volume. TV not responding to any commands either on the front panel or remote.
Any ideas? Thanks, Patti
On these models we have found that a switch is sticking on the control panel not allowing the set to operate properly. Disconnect the control panel. You will be able to use the remote on it. To find the plugs for the control panel: Remove the speaker grill and front panel, then follow the wire to the connection.
Remember to unplug the set before putting your hands inside of it.