Someone was playing with their Daddy's toolset and flung a screwdriver at a 35" glass tv screen. The damage is a little circular gouge in the screen, maybe 1/4", and inside the gouge it is white, almost powdery but intact. It seems it is part of the glass. The picture still works but when the TV is on there is an annoying black sport where this damage is.
Can this be filled in with any material that will relect the picture like the original glass did before the damage?
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could just be a fuse problem or something more exspensive you can have a repair guy come to your home and diagnose the problem dont pay any more than 35 dollars to have someone out to your home if they want more than that make sure if you chose to have the work done that they deffer the consultation fee for the repair. any more than 35 dollars and it souds like they know its gonna be exspensive to fix.
there is an antiglare film on the tube. the only way to fix this is to replace the crt itself, but this cast more than the tv. i would find a strong cleaner and rub off as much as you can. it is possible i have done this myself.
I believe you are getting mixed up between channels and programs.
Normally program 00 is used for VHS as it has slightly different parameters for colour and brightness.
If the TV has about 39 or more programs which can be programmed in from the on screen menu, try using program 20 for the video and 30 for the cable. For this to work you must do the on screen frequency scanning from channels 22 to 69 (UK) and select VCR, CATV, VHF, UHF, etc.
I have used program 00 and 20 for two VHS recorders, working on channel 33 and 35 for example, but you must tune them to 33 and 35 on the `Tune' screwdriver hole by the aerial input sockets of the recorders.
I expect if your cable unit plugs into your aerial socket of the TV that it has an adjustment for what channel it is on.
The TV on screen menu may be different in some countries, so it would help if I knew where you are.