Your esa 27 inch tv, did you ever fix it???? because I am having the same exact problem!!!!!!!!!!!!! and it is not even 4 years old yet and I have this other tv since 1986 and still working great with NO problems what so ever.
No, it just happened. We have only had the TV for a few years also and never have had a problem until now. I have other TV's in the house as well and no problems with any of them and they are much older.
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Hi.I assume you can watch some channels, using your indoor digital antenna. As far as I know, you need an intermediate "box", or interface between the cable TV coming in, and the decoder. This has to be installed by the cable company. Between the decoder and the interface, there are two connections. One signal connection and one UTP wire connection for communication between both units.At least, that's how it works in Belgium and most other countries.