scanning the channels would not have done damage, the tv probably just sensed the unplugging of the power as a ''spike'' in the power line.
Just let it sit unplugged for a while and then plug it back in, should turn back on again. also, if you are on cable or such, the scanning of the channels should actually be done, in ordr to see all available channels when the vcr is not in use, or if not, just set it to channel 3 or 4 to see it through the cable box.
In the future, don't buy tv/vcr / dvd comos, the main reason why most peole buy those things is so the kids will leave the bigger tv set alone, problem with that is- kids will be kids, and sooner than later they will stick something the player's slot and screw the unit up- that leaves the tv by itself, which they will not want to see if the player is not working.
so you are out of both and the kids are back taking the bigger tv away from you.
best thing is always to buy separate units (vcr/dvd player combo's or separate units are usually cheaper to buy separately along with a dedicated tv than one of those all in one units.
something goes wrong, just fix or buy a replacement for the system.
and you get to keep your own tv.
Jun 12, 2007 |
Sharp 35VX-H2000 35 in. TV/VCR Combo