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Re: TV Issue Still
I was researching on the problem, and have quick question to ask , have tried putting the system in auto tunning mode ? To retune the channels.
If retuning doesnot do the job, the system would have to be taken in for repairs as the Tuner card inside the TV would have to either serviced or replaced
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I would suspect your cable box first. I would unplug the power cable from your cable box and wait 60 seconds. Plug it back in and try to watch cable tv. I would also make sure the coaxial cable going from the wall to your cable box is connected properly. I would also make sure the cable going from the cable box to the tv is connected properly. Test your tv and see if it works correctly when you watch cable. If this fixes the issue you are good to go.
If this makes no difference use a set of new cables if you have them.
If this does not work then call your cable company. They may have to replace your cable box.
Tries tv and cable box unplug,replug it back like about an hour.For the tv resetting itself and the cable box to upgraded it softwares.Go into the tv menu go to Audio SETUP.Go down to audio ressetting,these steps should solved ur problems,but not call ur cable companny replaced the reciever box,it have problems.
I'm not sure what you mean by "cable box is on or off". Do you mean connected? If the cable box is connected to the TV through a 300-ohm antenna input, you are probably getting a lot of interference from the workings of the cable box. Try moving the cable box away from the TV.
If the TV is connected to the cable box with a 75-ohm cable, it may not be properly grounded - try another cable.
Also try manually tuning the channel on which the cable signal comes in, usually 3 or 4. Try an alternate channel.
If the DVD player is built into the set, the signal is less subject to outside interference. If the DVD player connects to RCA jacks on the set, it is also less subject to interference.
Vertical hold problems can be caused by aging capacitors in the "sweep" circuits but usually one sees that as loss of vertical hold on the DVD signal, as well.
try bypassing the cable box and plug the cable directly into the TV if you have a snowy picture you might have a cable issue. Also make sure you can view a movie from a DVD player.If your DVD player does not show a picture then you might still have a TV issue but if it does the problem is either your cable box or it's the cable going to the TV either not plugged in or defective.Also try moving your cable from the cable box to a different input on the back of the TV you could have a issue with only that one input (video source).
is your RGB cables are the same output from your tv...are you connecting from where dvd cable box sattelite box, if you are connecting from a box exs output of cable box is what colour are you using? for your your output to your tv and what input are you using of your tv set.[input 1is it video input 1,] or comp? let me know...
I have the same exact model tv...Love it...ATSC tuners is in definition an Analog tuner. As the broadcasting companies change over to Digital broadcasting before the deadline in Febuary 2009 more and more local or Non-Digital chanels are becoming obsolete. You would have to purchase a converter box for your tv if your not planning on getting cable. Another way to gois if you have an old cable line running through you house (no incomming cable) plug you tv into that jack. That also acts as a antenna. The sweet part of all this is that your tv do have a QAM tuner or Digital tuner built in just need that digital antenna to pair it up.
id replace the tv its 15 years old and past the livlihood they usually have. it would cost more in parts to repair it than to go out and buy a new one. im sure you probably already know that though. have the tuner checked but i dont think it will save the tv but if it comes on when the cable box isnt hooked up then the problem could be in the tuner. its hard to tell. the tuner is about 100.00
this is the service menu , try to exit out of it , if you can't turn off power on both cable box and tv then unplug both of them and disconnect the cable from the tv , leave it unplugged for at least 10 min , then try it again , if it still does it then the crystal that is connected to the IR sensor and EEPROM IC needs to be replaced as the IR sensor should be also replaced
hope it comes out of that!, if not we can try to set the menu settings for it being like a clock and #1 on the remote to exit the menu
let me know what happens , thanks,
In order to get a picture of what is going on you must understand what is happening. The cable box converts all channels to channel three or four depending on what it was intitially set on. That means that you have only one channel coming into the tv. So you cannot program the set. You just have to put the TV on Channel 3 or 4 and leave that alone. Do not try to program the TV. Then change the channels on the cable box. The hitch is that there are several ways to hook a cable box to your set. One is with the RF connector, which is the screw on one, into either Antenna A or B. and the other is through the AV cables which are yellow, red and white. Yellow for video, red for right audio and white for left audio. If your box is hooked to the AV input then you must use the INPUT button on the tv to select the proper AV input. On that set there are several.