I have a Sony Trinitron 32" Wega tv. It has snow going acrooss the tv screen. It works great other than that. I moved it from one room to another when i had carpet installed in living romm and moved it back and now it is snow on it. I have Directv so i not sure if it is tv or sat.
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for Tvs have larger viewing areas, yagi outdoor antenna is the best. With a telescopic indorr antena, although it will work, but there will be some snow in picture, and some interferance, which will be noticable with large screens. Moreover yagi antenna is best for good signal strength and choose an antenna which ahs larger number of cross bars, as it will rise the strength of signal as well as clarity of the picture. Ok
Have you tested it with auto tuning progremme process. If it snow there, your TV may be working properly. Sometimes its signal input path is not Ok. Without any signal, all TVs may show either snow, or a plane blue raster if its blue back function is on. You just do the automatic tuning process once again after connecting it with an external or internal antenna. There is a socket provided there in the back side of your TV, and marked as VHF/UHF. Connect the signal source to it first.
And set your TV to autotune by slecting it from the menu of your TV. The TV will search for all the channels available at that time, and after searching is completed, it will stop and show the first channel received. Afterwards you can chage or delete or skip unwanted channels. You may have its manual with you. All the descriptions are there in that manual. Ok.
Hi, tubes getting tired, band-aid fix you can do is remove back of set and turn up(clockwise) the screen control( small black plastic control mounted on side of flyback transformer, do not turn the knob marked focus) until you see a whole bunch of white lines across the screen, then turn same control counter-clockwise until all the lines go away, try several different channels to be sure all the retrace lines are gone, you`ll get up to 1 year more use out of it, than she`s done, good luck, BMW Rider
It could be a bad barrel at he TV and at the wall. Your cables and connector could be of poor quality. You may also have a signal issue. Has anyone fron the cable company be out to take a signal reading?
If you see only snow and the words "NO SIGNAL" are displayed, and you know that you have the set hooked up to a good signal and the TV is set to the right channel, it means that your tuner has stopped working and needs to be replaced. First, though, make sure your signal is good. A good way to test this is to hook the TV to a good VCR, put in a good pre-recorded tape and hit play. Tune the TV to channel 3 (or 4) and if it is still all snow, have the tuner replaced by a qualified tech.