Running into issues with your digital devices, while frustrating, are easy to fix by yourself without requiring you to contact tech support. If you are facing issues with your Sanyo TV, including the volume, a black screen, or apps timing out. It may be time for a reset.
To reset a Sanyo TV to its factory settings, you’ll need to go through a few simple steps. First, make sure your TV is turned on. Then, using your remote control, navigate to the “Menu” by pressing the “Menu” button. From there, scroll down to find the “Settings” or “Setup” option, depending on your model. Locate the “Reset” or “Factory Reset” option within this menu. Select it, and you may be asked to enter a password; the default is often “0000” or “1234” unless you’ve changed it. Confirm the reset action, and your Sanyo TV will restore itself to factory settings, erasing all personalized configurations and data. After the reset is complete, you’ll need to go through the initial setup process again.
Is There a Reset Button on Sanyo TV?
If you are looking to reset your Sanyo TV and do not have your remote, there is still a way to do it.
There is a physical reset button on your Sanyo TV, and it is easy to locate. If you look at the back of your Sanyo TV, you will see an area that has several different input and output plugs as well as USB ports. In the bottom right you will see a small button that is marked ‘Reset’.
How to Reset Sanyo TV Remote
You may run into issues with your Sanyo remote itself. As a general rule, first, replace the batteries if your remote is not working. If you are still facing issues, performing a reset should be your next step.
Remove the batteries from your Sanyo remote and press and hold the power button. You want to hold it down for 30 seconds. Wait an additional 30 seconds and replace the batteries in the remote with new ones and try to use your Sanyo remote to power up your TV.
Additionally, it is a good idea to clean your remote while it is powered down. Debris can get stuck in your Sanyo remote buttons, causing it to cause technological issues.
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How to Reset Sanyo TV to Factory Settings
Oftentimes, when you need to reset your Sanyo TV, no matter the issue, one of the easiest routes to take is to restore your Sanyo TV to its factory settings.
To reset your Sanyo TV to factory settings, you want to look to the back of your TV. There you will see a panel that has input and output ports. Next to that, there is a small button that is labeled ‘Reset’. Using a small object with a sharp point, such as a pen, press and hold this button while your Sanyo TV is still on.
The screen will go black, but be sure to continue holding the button. After around ten seconds, you will be greeted by a screen that displays the Sanyo logo. Once this appears, you can release the button. You will then be prompted to go through and re-select all of the settings for your Sanyo TV as if it was brand new.
You can also use the remote to restore your Sanyo TV to factory settings. Press the ‘Menu’ button and you’ll be greeted with a settings list. Scroll down until you find the area that is marked ‘Factory Reset’ or, depending on your Sanyo TV model, it may be labeled ‘Reset All Settings’. Once you select this, your Sanyo TV will ask if you are sure that you want to reset all of your settings. Select ‘OK’ and wait for the screen to go black.
The screen will start up again in a few seconds and you’ll be met with the Sanyo TV logo. After these reboots, you will be prompted to enter all of your preferred settings, just like when you first got your Sanyo TV.
How to Reset Sanyo TV Without Remote
Remotes can be hard to find, or you may be facing issues with your Sanyo remote. The good news is that you can still reset your Sanyo TV without a remote.
If you do not have your Sanyo TV remote, leave your Sanyo TV on and look to the back panel. Next to the input ports, you will see a small button marked ‘Reset’. Using a small object, such as a pen, press and hold the reset button. Hold the button for a few seconds.
The screen will go dark and then the Sanyo logo will appear. After a few seconds, you will be met with the screen that will prompt you to set up your Sanyo TV. As this is a factory reset, you will have to input the settings the same way as when you first purchased your Sanyo TV.
How to Reset Sanyo TV with Remote
Some of the issues that you come across that may require you to reset your Sanyo TV can just be simple glitches. As a general rule, you should try resetting your Sanyo TV first. If you do a factory reset, you lose all of your settings.
To reset your Sanyo TV with the remote, first press the ‘Menu’ button on your remote. You’ll be greeted with a settings list. Scroll down until you find the area that is marked ‘Reset’. Select ‘OK’ and wait for the screen to go black.
Don’t press any buttons on the remote. After a few seconds, the screen will start up again and you’ll be met with the Sanyo TV logo and your regular menu.
How to Reset Sanyo TV Black Screen
If you are met with a black screen when you go to turn on your Sanyo TV, or if it is frequently powering off and you are being met with a black screen, there is an easy fix for this.
You can reset your Sanyo TV black screen by performing a power reset. Disconnect your Sanyo TV from all power and wait for 60 seconds. After 60 seconds, you will want to use your remote to restart your Sanyo TV. Push the ‘Home’ button a solid 5 times, then press the ‘Rewind’ button 2 times, lastly press the ‘Fast Forward’ button another 2 times.
You should then see your Sanyo TV turned on and be met with your regular home screen.
How to Reset Sanyo TV
It’s easy to reset your Sanyo TV. You can perform a general reset by using the remote and pushing the ‘Menu’ button. Through your setting menu, you are also given the option to do a ‘Factory Reset’. This will restore your Sanyo to its original setting. You can also use the reset button on your Sanyo TV to restore it to factory settings. Resetting your Sanyo TV can fix many small issues that you come across.
ReadyToDIY is the owner of this article. This post was published on December 29, 2021.
If you need to reset other Smart TVs please consider our How to Reset a Smart TV article.