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We can't get our television on
OK. Could you please tell us the make and model, and what you have tried so far? Otherwise it is very difficult to help
First of all, have you plugged it into a different AC outlet?
Have you tried using the button on the screen itself as well as the remote control? Have you tried changing batteries in the remote? When you say you can't get it on, do you mean there are no lights at all that turn on when you use the switch, or that there are some lights and or the screen starts glowing, but you get a blank screen?
14 hours ago
see the steps and fix it. God bless you
- No disc. - Load a disc into the
- Disc has been loaded upside
down. Place the disc with the label side up.
- Disc region code does not
match region code of the player.
- Disc type is not the correct
type to play.
- Disc is damaged or dirty.
Clean the disc or try another.
- Moisture may be condensed
inside the unit. Remove the disc and the leave the power on
for one or two hours
My Blu ray player randomly stops playing movies but all other setting work
Have you made sure the disks are clean and have no marring on them? Blue Ray players are very sensitive to any disk issues. Also have you checked to see if any updated Firmware (the software the system uses to read the movies) has been released for the player? They constantly update the operating software of players and the way the disks are recorded, so regular updating is essential to prevent this type of problem in playback, freeze up is the most common complaint.
How to hook up a old vcr player to the tv
Hooking up an old VCR is a doddle if you also have an old analogue tv.
The VCR provides an analogue output via a scart socket, often via phono sockets (2 or 3) or by rf modulation, providing an output into the aerial socket of the tv that could be tuned-in like a regular analogue tv station.
If the tv has a scart socket it should be plug and play, even with a digital tv, otherwise you will need an analogue to digital converter, probably the most economic types are the popular VHS grabber types designed to convert the VHS output into a format a computer can burn onto a dvd but many others are available in many different price bands.
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