Desperate plea for help!

Discussion in 'Displays' started by Dan McKevitt, Feb 15, 2004.

  1. Dan McKevitt

    Dan McKevitt Auditioning

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    I have an older ('95?) 35" Mitsubishi television. Pretty good little unit for the price. But I really need some help on a problem I'm having with it! And now I need some help with the problem that I've created by trying to fix it!

    For starters, I run S-Video from all of my sources (Sat, DVD, PS2) to the receiver, and another S-Video from the receiver to the television. Everything worked fine, until I was doing some wiring on that circuit in another room in the house. Nothing happened with the wiring, but I did turn the breaker off.

    Now, if I turn the TV on, it gives me the blue screen that I usually associate with the coaxial input. nothing is currently connected to it. I can switch to S-Video in with one button, but if I turn the TV off and on again, it's back to the blue screen! The TV never did this before, it would usually STAY on the S-Video input. Is there something I need to change here to fix things?

    Also, I wound up just hitting buttons out of frustration, and I turned on the parental lock. WHOOPS! now I can't turn it off, and I have no idea what the code is! Can I turn this off? I assure you that I am not a kid trying to sneak a peak at some adult programming. I have actually locked myself out of my TV!!!

    Please help me, I would much appreciate.
     
  2. Dan McKevitt

    Dan McKevitt Auditioning

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    Sorry. [​IMG]

    Fixed the problem the old fashioned way. I unplugged it and plugged it back in. [​IMG]

    I forgot the first rule before panicking!!!
     

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