My daughter has lost her remote for her television and now it is stuck on AV and can't switch back for regular television viewing. I've tried the menu but nothing there seems to help. Is there any way to switch this w/o the remote?
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probably the camera is either analogue or video . How was it connected to the TV via the Aerial Cable or via an AV input
If the camera is Analogue it may be on a ATV channel. So you would need to switch the input Source on the remote for the tv and check the ATV channels. If it was on a AV then try checking the AV input sources.
The free view channels is probably DTV source . .
Try to see if any of these four methods will work. Sanyo TVs 1. Press VIDEO MODE or TV/VIDEO button in front panel or on remote 2. Press MENU , choose FEATURE SETUP, then choose either VIDEO MODE or TV/AV, select VIDEO or AV 3. Press TV/AV or INPUT SELECT on remote 4. Press SETUP, choose TV/AV, switch to AV
THIS HAPPEND TO ME BEFORE MAKE SURE ALL OF YOUR LIKE SKY CABLES OR DVD SCART LEADS ARE FULLY CONNECTED TO THE TV ANF HAVE NO TEARS OR RIPS ON THE CABLE AND ALSO MAKE SURE THAT THE TV IS ON THE RIGHT AV CHANNEL BECAUSE YOU COULD HAVE CHANGED THE AV REALLY EASILY BY MISTAKE
Unless the TV has a front-panel menu button and allows you to switch modes from there, you are out of luck. There are two possibilities. One is to try another replacement remote. If you get a universal remote made by the TV manufacturer (Magnavox), it may have buttons that will work. The other option is to purchase an RF converter, which will cost around $15. This will take the video/audio signals from the game and convert it to a channel 3 or 4 signal you can then tune in on the TV. The picture won't be quite as bright and clear as with direct AV input, but it will do the trick.
have you tried buying a universal remote? you can get a decent one for
£10 these days from any electrical store, such as curry's or maplins.
it gives you a 3 digit code for the tv to link up with the remote and
then you can switch over to av. some hitachi tv's also link up to av
automatically if you connect your game station via scart socket (in the
back of the tv) if you turn the tv off and link your wii up to the back
and make sure the power is turned on before the tv is switched on,
there's a chance the tv will auto detect the av channel. not all do but
it's worth a try. hope this helps!