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Dynex™ 32" Class / 720p / 60Hz / LCD HDTV

Enjoy high-definition images with this LCD HDTV that features 720p resolution for a clear display and two 6W speakers with simulated surround sound for immersive audio.
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What is bolt size for connecting TV to base (stand)?

The three bolts were missing from package (don't mind buying them myself if I know length, diameter and threads per inch). I incorrectly submitted this question previously for the wrong model number. My model is DX-32L152A11. Thanks.
5 years, 1 month ago
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DW
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There doesn't seem to be an online manual for this exact set at www.dynexproducts.com but a similar model uses M5 bolts.
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How to plug in computer

The tv has a computer port, but what kind of cable do I need
5 years, 2 months ago
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Jennifer
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Detailed instructions for connecting a computer can be found in the owner's manual, page 9, downloadable at http://www.dynexproducts.com/produc.... You will need a VGA cable and a 3.5mm audio cable to complete the connections.
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dx 32l152a11 wall mount

what size are the threaded nuts on the back of the tv to mount to wall? and why do you not provide them?
5 years, 1 month ago
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I had the same problem. They are metric, M6 and yeah, they should be provided. I was going to go the the hardware store to get some, but I decided to return the unit for other reasons.

Hope this helps...
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Component Sound

How come when I Connect my Xbox360 to the tv and switch it to component (HD doesnt work on AV) there is no sound?
5 years, 1 month ago
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I'm not sure what type of cables you are using, but I would suggest HDMI to get the best sound and picture. That is how I have my PS3 hooked up (to another TV).
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do I need an RF modulator for DVD player and cable?

How do I connect my Dynex TV to both the cable box and a DVD player, when the DVD player only has one place for a coaxial cable, not two? I tried connecting the coaxial cable from the wall the cable box, then cable box to the TV, then RCA cables between the TV and DVD player, and the cable didn't work that way. I tried looking online, and one site mentioned I would have to buy an RF modulator.
4 years, 11 months ago
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Is there no other way such as an av input or hdmi input to connect your dvd player? If not you will probably have to get a RF modulator like the othe site reccommended.
 
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4 years, 11 months ago
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why does red power button stay lit when tv has been turned off?

5 years ago
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The red light stays on to show that the TV is in stand-by mode and that it is still being supplied power by the outlet.
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can i unplug tv so red power light goes out when tv is turned off?

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Yes you can but why? The power consumed in standby is less than 1 watt. That is, a 25 watt light bulb turned on for 1 hr consumes more energy than the TV in standby all day. A hairdryer used for 2 min uses more than this does all day etc etc. If you really want to do this, I suggest getting an outlet timer. Plugging and unplugging the TV will eventually wear out the plug or outlet.
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How can I switch from 480 to 1080i

How can I switch from 480 to 1080i
4 years, 11 months ago
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DaMan
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Your TV will display the signal it receives. You may need to adjust the video output settings of your connected components (e.g., DVD/Blu-ray player, game console, etc.) to the desired resolution.
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How can i reset to factory defaults to set for Comcast cable set-top box

I could only see either cable channels or over the air after we selected cable when we first turned on tv.
After a month of searching and talking to techs from Dynex, Best Buy, the geeksquad and Comcast, we found this for our LHD32V66BUS -- a DX-32L152A11, a dynex 32 inch tv -- to get to the service menu to reset to factory defaults --
"MENU" then 1 9 9 9 -- with no spaces

We selected CLEAN ALL and shut off the tv. When it came back on, it was back to the factory defaults and we were able to select Cable set-top box option.

The manufacturer of the TV is XOCECO, which stands for "Xiamen Overseas Chinese Electronics Company.

Dynex TVs appear to be made for Best Buy by different manufacturers, so access to the factory menu is different from model to model -- even from one 32-inch tv to another.
Thanks to all who lead to this answer.

We needed to reset to factory defaults because when we first took the tv out of the box we selected cable rather than cable with set-top box. The cable with set-top box option only appears the first time you turn on the tv. We had to select this because Comcast appears to be scrambling all channels that pass through the box.
4 years, 11 months ago
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All options from the Set up Wizard can be reset without restoring factory defaults. You may change your video input source by via the on screen menus. Select TV, then Tuner Mode to change the signal source.
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changing signal source

I chose the wrong source on the initial set-up. Now i am stuck on 480 res. How can i get the signal source changed? I bought a 720 TV, thats what i would like to view. Thank You
4 years, 10 months ago
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To change your Tuner Mode between Cable and Antenna, enter the on screen menu, select TV and then Tuner Mode. You may then select Cable or Antenna as your Tuner Mode. However, if your TV is displaying a 480 resolution, you may need to adjust the signal source (e.g., your cable box or DVD player) to output a 720p signal. For more information on adjusting your component settings, consult the respective owner's manuals. I hope this helps.
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