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How do I access a programme that I have recorded via epg using the original remote control. How do I set the time on my tv.

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You don't mention the make and model of the TV, so it's not possible to give a specific answer.

The EPG is normally detailing the TV guide. I wouldn't expect to find my recorded programs listed in the EPG. There'll be a different way of accessing timer recordings. Check your user manual. Same for setting the time. It will be listed in the user manual.

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Anonymous

SOURCE: SKY remote control programming

Try 065 - works for me on my universal remote.

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SOURCE: I can't control the volume. The TV seems to be

Hi...

If the remote is lost the TV have also a control look at your TV side by side there is any button there you need to reads where is the Volume control

Regards
PCmania

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Samsung le40r74bd problem

I just had this problem with my 3 year old 32" Samsung LCD. The volume would go up and down by itself, normally just constantly going up even when it reached 100%.

I thought it might have something to do with the volume buttons on the TV itself so seeing as it was out of warranty anyway I decided to unplug it and open it up.

I gave it a good clean and I disconnected the cable for the panel of buttons on the LCD itself (volume, menu, channel etc) seeing as I never use them anyway. I then put everything else back together and tested.

It seems to be working fine now. Previously (for the past 3 hours) ever time I turned it on the volume level would come on instantly and stay on until I turned the TV off. So I’m quietly confident the problem has been fixed. But I must admit it’s only been 10 minutes, so who knows, it might come back.

Posted on Dec 30, 2009

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Hello
Hello

It is easy to copy to VHS. ou just go to the page 39 of the manual. It is described there.

NOTE:

During recording, recording will be paused when a signal

other than PAL or SECAM is detected. (See "Video Colour

System" on page 38 for details.)

• The signal from the external device will be output

automatically when the TV is connected to AV1 and the

external device is connected to AV2 using a Scart cable with

its power on. (However, it will not be output when this unit's

power is turned off.)

If you want to monitor this unit's signal, press [DISPLAY]

or turn the external device off. (The signal from this unit can

only be monitored during playback.)

If you want to monitor the signal from other input, press

[DISPLAY], then press [INPUT SELECTF] to select the

desired external input mode, then select the desired input
channel using [PROG.G\H].

Information on DV Dubbing

This function helps you to dub the contents in the DVC (digital

video camcorder) to DVD or VCR easily. (See page 71 for

DVC to VCR Dubbing.)

You can control basic operations of the DVC from the remote
control of this unit if the DVC is in video mode

Connect your DVC to the DV input jack on the

front panel using a DV cable. (Use the DV cable

that has 4-pin input jack and is compliance with

the IEEE 1394 standards.)

2 Press [INPUT SELECTF] repeatedly to select

the external input channel, then press

[PROG.G\H] repeatedly to select DV(AV3).

3 Press [DISPLAY] to display the DVC information
on the screen.

See the other instructions also. If you haven't its user manual. send your email address to me through Fixya. I'll send it to you as an attachemnt by return mail. OK.

Posted on Dec 27, 2010

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SOURCE: my original remote control has

TURN YOUR TV ON AND KEEP PRESSING THE POWER KEY TILL TV SHUTS OFF, THIS WILL FIND THE CODE, YOU'LL HAVE TO DO THE SAME FOR TUNING YOUR TV BACK ON TOO!

HOPE THIS HELPS!

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