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You have a DVD player hooked etc to either channel three or four? Usually this equipment is connected into the Jacks on the rear of the set, that is to say hooked to a video input and not with the tuner, if hooked that way select the input with the remote for the set and see the picture....
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Check the video connection of any devices plugged into the LCD television. If you can hear sound but are seeing no picture while trying to use something like a DVD player or cable box, the problem is probably that a wire is loose somewhere. Check the yellow video cables running from the DVD player to the TV and make sure everything is plugged in firmly and where it should be. Also check the coaxial cable running from the cable box (or cable outlet) to the television and make sure that wire is also screwed in securely.
Check the image settings on your television and make sure everything is set properly. Certain settings like "Picture" or "Brightness," if set to one extreme, can make the picture appear completely black. This could cause you to simply hear television shows but not be able to see them. Reset all picture settings on the TV to their original factory default settings to see if that fixes the problem.
Try another channel. If you're watching TV and not getting a picture, the first thing you should do is check a variety of random channels to make sure it is a problem with your TV and not with your television signal. If it is a problem with the television signal it is the fault of the TV station or cable service provider and there isn't anything you can do yourself to fix it.
Try the DVD on another DVD player. If you're trying to play a DVD and can't see any images, make sure the disc isn't defective. Try it on another DVD player or a computer DVD drive and make sure the disc works in the first place.
its simple ,HD stands for "high definition" and either your TV or DVD player cant do HD ,these channels will be only screened in HD ,this is why you cant watch them ,you will need to update one or both of them .THANKS for using FixYa
It depends on the way you have the combo set up, your instruction manual shows you different ways of doing this, but to answer the question it would be channel 3 or 4 if you are using the RF out ot OUT to TV connector in the back of your combo. You can also view tape and disc playback if you set the TV for VID1 or VID2 if you are using the rca dubbing cables(yellow-red-white).I hope this helps!
If the vcr/dvd player is plugged in to your TV using composite or component cables (Google images them for a view) then you would select an "INPUT" not a channel. Old TV-VCR tv hookups required a channel select of usually channel 3 or 4 but newer equipment uses an INPUT selection usually found on the remote. Look at the back of the tv where you plugged in the dvd and it should be labeled what input it will be.
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If you are trying to view the DVD on the Samsung TV,
you need to firstly connect the DVD to the appropriate connection on the TV.
Once connected, with a Samsung TV, you need to press the
SOURCE button on the TV remote control to view any external sources such as
your DVD player.
The ‘NO SIGNAL’ message would indicate there is no signal,
if you have not tuned your channels in, this may be the digital tuner you are
viewing. Press the source button whilst a DVD is playing in the DVD and see if
an image displays.