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Sony TB model # KV-27S10 won't go back to original settings

Hi,

Thanks in advance for your help!

 

I hooked up a new DVD/VCR player to my TV.

The cable channels were coming in fine before I played a DVD through the combination of the new set up.

Now I can't get the TV back to the normal factory settings no matter what I try.

I have already disconnected the DVD/VCR player and am taking it back to the store for a refund.

But I am left with a TV that is no longer restored to factory settings or normal setup even after I press the set up button and watch it go through the channels trying to restore them.

Please help.

Thanks

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  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2008

    i've hooked up my direct tv to the A/V jacks in the back of the TV, how do i get the picture.

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Hook the cable tv signal directly from the wall to the tv,

then activate auto-memory. The tv should stop going thru the

channels once it finishes memory procedure.

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