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sony is a very good brand!!! i have several sony brands in my home. the remote's are not difficult at all... and les_lee you may want to consider this... if you have cable or satelite tv your tv will be operated through that remote you wont even need your tv remote... i hope this helps you out....
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JVC TV won't turn off
It may be that the switch is worn out and needs to be replaced. Or your TV may have "Windex syndrome." This happens when people clean the screen by spraying on Windex and wiping it off like cleaning a window, and some of it runs down and gets on the circuit board front edge where the switches are. It can cause corrosion which leads to intermittent operation, strange behavior, or total failure of buttons. Best cure is to remove the board, inspect it, clean any corroded connections, replace the switches, and check the values of some of the small parts in that area. They can all be affected.
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This sound like the standard Mitshubisi PIP board problem. There are two ways to adress this one is to repair the board, this involves replacing surface mounted capacitor and is about %80.00 sucsessful. The other is to simply bypass this board. this option is the way to go, it involves installing two capacitor on the main board and fixes the main pix but kills the Picture in Picture (PIP) I will send off both these repairs to your E-mail
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Sony rabbit ears
The "Horse Shoe Like Ends" on the leads are installed under the Screws marked ANTENNA and then the screws tightened. If No Screws then your Rabbit Ears do not hook directly to this TV. Is there a connector comming out of the back that is Threaded? If YES, then this is your antenna connector (R59) and will require an Adapter for the rabbit ears. Available at Radio Shack.
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