Question about Westinghouse SK-26H590D Television
Since moving to waltham abbey essex we are having troubles with our tv keep freezing all the time mostly on freeview channels built in tv i have installed booster but this hasent sorted the problem we have a big ariel on the roof which looks new any suggestions please
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Issue was with the HD channels only.
Updated the firmware of the TV to ver 2.
Now the TV will stutter for a second when changing to a HD channel but it no longer locks up.
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
Buy a digital antena or have roof antena,get better receptions and stable Hz.Rescan when get better signal should get it back an it stable's.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
SOURCE: I was given a technika
First of you have to check the Atenna connection in the rare of your tv. Check for any loose contact on the connection of the wire to the pin. may be its the cause for showing signal as 0%. you can confirm the same by connecting the tv at the place where you doughters tv is connected. If there you get the picture then there is some thing wrong with the atenna connection.
If want information how to tune your tv then need information like BRAND and MODEL NUMBER of you TV.
Posted on Aug 05, 2011
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