ALL MY CHANNELS HAVE A BLACK PICTURE & FUZZY, PLEASE HELP
ALL OF MY CHANNELS ARE DARK & FUZZY, & JUST HEAR THE STATIC SOUND. THE ONLY CHANNELS THAT WORK ARE 18, 30, 34 & I THINK 56? NOT TOO SURE ABOUT THAT LAST ONE, BUT I CAN ONLY SEE THOSE CHANNELS & THEY'RE FUZZY ALSO. I BOUGHT THIS TV ABOUT 10 YEARS AGO, & BACK THEN I HAD A NINTENDO SYSTEM. WELL THE PART YOU PLUG INTO THE LIL SILVER PIECE IN BACK OF THE TV, FELL OUT SOMEHOW & WHEN WE CONNECTED BACK TO THE TV'S LIL SILVER PIECE IN THE BACK, NONE OF THE CHANNELS WORKED. ESPECIALLY CHANNELS 2-13. ANY SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO FIX IT MYSELF? THANKS ;-)
Re: ALL MY CHANNELS HAVE A BLACK PICTURE & FUZZY, PLEASE...
First off how good are you with a solder iron ?
beside the obvious rf connector problem these set's had
problems with bad solder connections within the tuner itself.
google( sam goldwasser repair faq) for the solder template.
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Without hearing it it is difficult to be sure what is going on. What happens if you plug the main PA into the monitor channels, do you get the same? Are you trying to get too much into the monitors? static and popping are not the same to my ears, popping sounds more like you are hearing something that's there through the monitors that you're not hearing through the main mix as it may be masked. What frequency is the popping? Does it only happen when levels are high or when the singers are doing 'p' and 'b's etc? do you get it if you put the monitors on the main mix? Are you running the monitors into clipping (although I wouldn't expect this to create a popping? It sounds like a mix issue rather than a fault with hardware.
It sounds like you may have just switched off the channel to view satellite.
The channel for satellite is based on the connection you're using. If you're using a coax connection, it should be on channel 3/4 or 62. If you're using video cables like RCA/HDMI then you'll need to switch the input. On the upper left of the remote should be a TV/Input button. Make sure you're in TV mode and press that to see if picture returns.
If the problem continues let me know and I would be happy to try some additional steps!
Your TVs tuner tuned a little off frequency. It could be as simple as having cable box on where you have good picture but fuzzy sound, use the TVs remote to change the channel and then change it back to proper channel. If that doesn't fix you may have wrong tuning type selected in channel set up menu.
had this problem for a while only just found the cause, its either your tuner flipped out which means you just neded to retune the tv and it should be fixed if not that there was this setting i found still not sure what it is or means but you could select these letters i think there was S, BG and some other ones but i changed it to the top one which was BG and it fixed the static sound with the clear picture problem just stuff around with the channel settings and see if you have that setting hope that helped
My set started having sound issues recently. Every now and then, randomly, I get a split second, static sound. It sounds like an old record player when it skips. It happens on all channels HD and digital. Also happens when I'm watching a DVD. This leads me to think that it's not my cable box (Dish Network). I have a Bose 321 aux amp plugged in. I hear it through my aux speakers, as well as directly through the tv set. Not sure what to do. Is it possible my tv's amp is burning out? What could be causing this?