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Sanyo DS27880 27" TV, Dish signal lost after tv turned off, doesn't return

I have a Dish Network dual tuner DVR. Tuner 1 is my bedroom, tuner 2 the living room. A few weeks ago, the living room tv (Sanyo DS27880 27") began showing static (audio and video) upon turning the tv on. But what began as a few seconds delay, began to grow into several seconds to a minute. Now yesterday, the tv stopped showing the dish signal entirely. I tested a different tv on that coaxial cable connection and it receives the dish signal great. The Sanyo tv also recognizes the vcr and dvd players okay through that same coaxial cable. Dish requires the tv channel be on 60, and it is, but still no signal. I don?t have any idea what is causing this, it appears to be a problem with the tv. However, about the same time this problem started, I did install a splitter to send the tuner 2 signal to a third tv. Currently the first and third tv?s are working fine with the dish signal, but the living room Sanyo (tv 2) does not. So I did go back and remove the splitter just to try it direct (the old way) and still nothing on the Sanyo. Any ideas?

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Re: Sanyo DS27880 27" TV, Dish signal lost after tv...

Checks should on your tv tuner it could be bad.IF circuit should also be check and the video section call in the tech to make checks on your tv.and to do repairs on your tv.

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