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try to press the channel up/down if not working use a universal remote and find the code of sanyo .

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on Jul 29, 2009


it was a problem in LCD pls check with the sanyo service center

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on Jul 18, 2009


This could be attributed to tuning reception of your tv. If your using antenna only, it is most probable. If cable, check your line.

If this is a crt type, moving that tv with that size could somehow bend its circuit board. Loose connection is a probability. Could be some minor component is detached from solder. This can be attributed to tuner and vertical IC.

Just for an input.

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on May 25, 2009


If you have some electronics experience, is it with TV'S?? There is way to much Hi Voltage inside these sets to be tweeking around as this set will have to be plugged in and running when you do the a grey scale alighnment and color drive alighnment. If the pic is out of focus on the outside its probably like you said not wrth a techs time unless you wanna pay a min. bench charge to clean the grids inside the CRT with a speacial piece of test equipment. As a handy man its not a good idea to service these sets as there are no user serviceable parts inside+. Good Luck

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on May 21, 2009


Can't you set/adjust that on menu settings? If not, and no adjustable knob inside for width adjustment. You are now dealing its adjustment with MCU, or its eeprom ic. Check its required power supply it should be within spec. Better to have an schematic if you deals within its electronics parts.

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on Apr 20, 2009


Your digital converter box probably does not have an analog pass through that allows the old analog channels to go through to the tv's analog tuner.

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on Apr 20, 2009


I'm assummiong you can't select the dvd input. go to this website and you can get a copy of the manual to tell you exactly how to select it. http://www.retrevo.com/support/Sanyo-DS27910-TVs-manual/id/17567dj493/t/2/ It will tell you to select the INPUT/TV-VCR button and select source TV ot AV1 or AV2. good luck.

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on Jan 18, 2009


Do you have audio? Can you get picture via video inputs? If you have nothing its a horizontal xfmer problem. If you have audio but no video anywhere it's a video amplifier problem. either way it's probably not something you can fix yourself.

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on Jan 17, 2009


Check power supply fuses and horiz out transistor.....also,
solder any / all bad connects..........................T.

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on Jan 03, 2009


You can get a converter box for dvd hookup to the cable connector at the back of the set at Wal Mart or Radio Shack.

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on May 24, 2008


most cases you need the remote , heres a link in case you want to buy one,

http://replacementremotes.com/store/index.cfm , hope it helps AJ

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on May 17, 2008


Is the hissing or static sound comming from the speakers or from the back of the set itself?? Need more info please.

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on May 11, 2008


Get an original remote and follow the instructions in the booklet that came with the set. If you have lost this, you may be out of luck. Universal remotes frequently do not cut the mustard!Sanyo, being fairly user friendly, sells replacements, as do others. Look around for one. There is probably a "Display" button or something obvious you need to press to get rid of this. Losing the original remote can be a gigantic "Gotcha!"

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on May 09, 2008


Vertical ic needs to be resoldered or replaced.

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on Apr 26, 2008


Press both channel buttons simultaineously for 3 seconds it will automatically tune your programmes press ok when ok flashes on vcr screen display

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on Apr 21, 2008


Go to:www.nodevice.com/manual/Sanyo/page5.html and download the manual.

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on Apr 15, 2008


Inside the tv on the power board there are two ribbon like connectors which stretch across to the main board. I would say that one or both of them have become uncoupled.

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on Mar 28, 2008


I would start by trying other codes on the universal remote. Sometimes codes will only work part of the remote such as the numbers or channels but not volume. Your motorola cable remote sounds like it may only need a good cleaning. sometimes when you take remotes apart it will look like somthing got spilt in it. I would start there first.

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on Mar 17, 2008


If the picture is closing (top to bottom) and goes back to normal when you hit it you probably have a bad solder connection on IC501 (location number) the vertical deflection IC on a metal heat sink. If you mean outwards as in side to side as it looks in the picture, I don't know specifically where to solder but get a magnifying glass and look for suspected bad solder connections. Look for the word width if it is there. It is good that you a confident in soldering.

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on Feb 01, 2008


sanyo does this alot it is either you need to replace your tuner or you have two resistors 220k ohm s that need to be replaced.this will fix your problem.if repair cost is cheaper to fix then buy a new one its up to on that one!

Sanyo DS27910... | Answered on Dec 26, 2007

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