Question about Proscan PS35660 TV
Mine stopped mid-
December. I used the old reliable 99999 as my zip code, turned off the tv for an hour, turned it back on, entered my correct zip code and was patient. Today, the 15th of January, it popped back up. I have a feeling that it is all due to the switch over. I think different cable companies are setting things up and the gude was lost during that time. Maybe if you are patient, it will pop back up also.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
The Guide Plus data that has been transmitted to your TV has changed. This is due to the broadcast industry having to switch from analog to digital transmission.
This change is because the FCC wanted to free up frequencies for civic reasons. The police, fire, and other emergency related two way radio coordination. If you are receiving your signal via antenna please post a reply and I can help you with getting your signal converted to digital.
Unfortunately your current system is not compatible with the nation wide switch to digital.
You can thank the Bush administration for the way the conversion was handled.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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