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Cat got your tongue

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My fiance wouldnt like me answering your questions much. Just want to find a fix for my HD service. Sorry.

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Tv cannot find my wireless network. Have been on the phone all day with Comcast and RCA. Ready to return. Any info would be helpful

Hard wire connect your t.v. to your router and set the t.v. up that way first. After you have the t.v. connected that way, then disconnect from the hard wire and set up t.v. for wireless.
You will need a cat5/ethernet cable to hard wire your t.v. to the router. The length of the cable required will be how far away your t.v. is from the router. You can always move your T.V. close to the router , but that is not always easy to do.
Amazon com Ethernet Cables Electronics Cat 5e Cables Cat 6 Cables Cat 5...
Here is a link to a page with various lengths of these cables.

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Cat peed on samsung flat screen tv and now it turns itself on and off repeatedly

It may be fatal--seen this a few times over the years---a board or two may have to just be replaced as the ***** dissolves and destroys parts.

Sorry, this is usually not going to be a good fix to attempt.

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Not enough audio in some noisy conditions

Get powered, external speakers. Connect them to either the variable audio out, or the headphone connection. A decent set of computer speakers should do nicely.

Something like these
or these

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My cat stepped on Pioneer controller in PC mode, now it's silent

Now that is a Cat-astrophe... I suspect the cat has stood on the "Mute" button... OR perhaps somehow set the Volume wayyyy down. Usually though turning off & on again should return it to normal? I suggest you carefully read the manual & functions on your remote, & the TV. It will most probably be a "Setting".

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My cat pissed on the back of tv now it does'nt work any ideas

sorry to say you will need a new tv cat urine not onlt conducts electricity and you will never get the smell out of it

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One of my cats stepped on my remote which operates my Olevia 232-S12 television. As a result, I'm getting no sound and the colors are "off." I cannot figure out which setting has been changed by my cat's...

You'll have to scroll through the menu on the tv and turn those items bak on. Some sets have a default setting, you could use thast if yours is so equipped

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The manual for the unit is available for download for free at the above link.
It does not actually say how to remove the stand, although it does mention a wall mounting kit available as an option.
Normally, one would turn the set upside down and look for one or more detent latches, which are springy plastic "tongues" that need to be depressed before the stand can be slid to one side and removed.

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My cat walked on my remote control and now my tv says ''no signal''

The cat might have stepped on the "Source or Input" button look for this button and try pressing it perhaps several times

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