We just moved and had our Admiral television connected to cable. I can't find my original remote control for my television. I was told that I needed to reset my control so that I can get all of the channels on the television. Can you help. I have searched all over the internet and can't find a website for Admiral Televisions. Here's the information: Serial #29481, Prod Date Nov. 1993, Suffix B, Model JSA12687, Admiral
Http://www.theclicker.com/ .Go here and look up the Brand of TV. Use the directions but don't look for a light on the remote. Just hit the remote buttons like it says and start with the first code. If that doesn't work, do it again with the next code. It worked for me.
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buy a universal remote called all in one it will run any electronics in your home and sells for under fifteen dollars at any walmart. Cheaper some places. I don't know where u are but if u have a Big Lots u can buy from there for about seven dollars
You will have to search your owners manual for the television and the remote control. Look for the video control operations, you must check each function, until you find the one that you may have changed. If you do not find any problem with the setting of the controls of the television or remote control, you should check the signal input connections to you television for intermittent operation. This could be a loose connection or a connection that is dusty and dirty. You may also have a bad cable connection. Check the cables and see if you can make the picture stay on. If you can do this by moving the connection cable, you have a bad cable and should change it. If you are using a antenna, you will want to clean it off, this will allow better signal contact and more signal strength to your television. The same will happen when you clean all the connecting cables. If you still are unable to fix the problem, you may have a problem with the TV tuner. It may have become intermittent and losing contact with the video sync circuits. This problem should be check out by a qualified service technician.They will be able to test the television and determine the problem with the loss of signal control. I hope this information helps you solve you problem. Thank you for using FixYa and have a nice day!
You will need a menu button to get to setup or channels for you to autoprogram the tv to find ALL the channels. AUTOPROGRAM is the word you need to find. If there is a menu button on the tv, then you can probably do it from there. If not, then you need the original remote from Admiral or at:
You need the original remote controller to be able to switch input modes.Universal ones usually don't work. If youdon't have the original remote and can't find it ever then the only way to reachyour tv is through coaxial antenna port. Soyou can buy an rf modulator ( very cheap) and connect your red yellowand white cables (rca cables from a dvd, game consoleetc) to the modulator then connect the modulator to your antenna with acoax cable. This worked for me. It placed the connection to channel 4and other channels are still working,
You can buy the RF Modulator from: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=180299245670