Moved my TV from bedroom to living. cable company said cable should work. I think I need to search for channels. Pressed menu until I got "auto-search," antenna: cable. Still no channels. just big blue picture.
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You go buy a universal remote and test your patience by typing in each of several codes for you TV until you find one that works. Some TV sets or attached boxes allow cable changing manually. Others do not.
But before you do that, make sure you have pressed either CABLE or TV at the top of your remote. You possibly have accidently pressed a button to control the DVD or some accessory device, rendering the remote unable to control the TV.
I might try to "autotune" the TV, i. e. preset the setup menu that causes it to search for the channels which the TV can receive. Something possibly may have happened in that realm.
And, you might even call your cable provider and ask them to reset your cable connection. You see, the problem might not be in the TV or the remote.
The connections will have to go directly into your tv set. On your tv, you should have 3 connnecting points. Red, White and Yellow. On your Theatre system amplifier you should have audio outputs like CD, AUX, etc. Pick one of these outputs and connect to your Red and White RCA on the tv set. Next, connect the DVD player's audio to dvd on your amplifier under the DVD connection. Your VIDEO (yellow) Cable should still go to your tv directly from the DVD player. Now, if you want to listen to the TV channels throug the system, simply select the channel that you pluged the TV audio into. Hope this helps.
Go in the menu, and do the setup process of auto searching the channel. The tv gotta ''autodetect'' working channel and there is a small procedure that differ a bit from a model to another, usually pretty easy to get in...
there are two things that could be happening here either
1. You need to change the settings on the t.v. to use cable instead of antenna for the programming (easy to spot if channels that are usally on one number are on another)
2. you have requested highspeed internet and digital cable from your cable company, and they have installed a trap to keep you from accessing channels 12-72 or something to that effect because the data stream from your cable modem and the data stream for your digital cable are in the lower freq. band often indicated by a blank(black or blu) screen on certain channels
if scenario 2 is the case call cable company and ask that they remove the channel trap because you are not receiving the service you requested
Your recorder doesn´t have a digital tuner, let alone an HD one. You can record digital programs via your TV tuner if it gives a signal out. Connect your TV to AV1 or AV2 on your recorder and program the recorder to record from the one you chose. You must program the TV separately (I don´t know if this is possible on your TV) or leave it on and on the channel you want to record.
Here are some things to remember when messing with cables TO and FROM electronic audio/visual
devices. YELLOW connectors are for what you SEE on the screen of your TV or other viewing device.
The RED/WHITE connectors are for what your ears will hear, LEFT/RIGHT in stereo or mono.
Now all you need to do is connect the YELLOW output jack of your Coby to the YELLOW video
input jack on TV. You must remember forever and ever that the YELLOW jacks and plugs never
contain or transmit or move TV channels or CABLE channels or DISH channels. The YELLOW cable
which has plugs at both ends goes to jacks (output to input) and carries/transmits BASEBAND VIDEO signals only. Now all you need to do is make the TV stop listening to it's antenna in, and to
start listening to the YELLOW/RED/WHITE jacks on the back of the TV. You will need find out how
to put TV into MONITOR mode, or AUX mode, or VIDEO INPUT 1. Basically just match colors and
OUTPUTS to INPUTS. Hope this helps you out.
louie12fix @ fixya
http://www.retrevo.com/search?q=Coby+DVD-925&sub=Search copy paste to goto site helped me with sam problem.
make sure no dvd in and hit progressive scan 2-3 times until u get your screen .should display in upper portion of screen what mod you are on. hope this helps. goto sit for more