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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 32
Look in your manual for a channel scan entry. It should be an item in your setup menu. What this does is re-scan for all the signals it can receive.
Once the scan is done, it should display all the channels that are viewable in your area
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
Re:I use an outdoor antenna along with a small indoor back-up.
That is an uncommon configuration. connect only the outdoor antenna, and and use a signal booster inside your home. That will fix the problem.
Here some example:
Philips USA PH61111 24dB Dual Output VHF/UHF/FM Amplifier
SV 9512 TV
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
Is the antenna the correct one for your environment? Do you have the antenna pointed at the stations you want to receive? Use antennaweb.org or tvfool.com to get an idea of the location and likely channels you can receive at your location. Antennaweb assumes an outdoor antenna but is very conservative in the list of channels you can receive. (These may match the limits of the indoor antenna.) TVfool lists the stations and the appropriate antenna that will likely receive each station.
Tall trees and buildings will block the signal. Get the antenna as high as possible. Move the rabbit ears and UHF loop to maximize your signal strength. Then make sure the TV is set to use the OTA tuner (ATSC for digtal stations). (That may mean changing the source in the setup menu.)
Then scan for channels. Move your antenna or parts of it and rescan or edit the channel list. (For some TVs there is a weak signal setup option that will let you manually enter the station number (including sub-channel). Then it will provide the signal strength information as you move your antenna.)
I hope this helps. An amplifier may help you bring in weak stations with enough signal strength for the tv to see them.
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
SOURCE: I just bought an LCD
If you ever see No Signal you are probably on an AV input and not on your antenna input.
The full PDF manual can be found here:
I hope this helps
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
But the antenna u bought it is a digital antenna design though.Digital antenna design will help ur tv to getting broadcasting signals channels stronger and longer signals ranges though.
Posted on Sep 06, 2011
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