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Tv problem my Tv say No input signal sources could not be located. Please ceck cable or antenna connections Press the channel up key and we did that several times and it wont come off there and thats all we get what should I do I tryied turning off the tv but that didn't help I even unpluged it that didn't work. Tammie

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Re: Tv problem

Mine (2005 vintage) is doing the same thing. Wiggling the connector at the rear of the set cures the issue. however, it must be a loose connection inside. How about soldering the connector?

Any other ideas on how best to handle the soldering of the connector inside the set?

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Re: Tv problem

Did you check your Signal input source? The Cable Box ot the antenna or the antenna cable? Check the Cables from your DVD player or your VCR aklso. These are the Input Sources, and if your TV is not detecting them, them for some reason there is no signal being fed into the Tv.

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I was having the exact same problem and had already checked (I thought) all the cables on my cable box and my tv, but later found the actual black cable input one was loose...oops. My cat runs around behind my entertainment center sometimes and I guess she pulled that one loose somehow! I'm glad I found this website, though because it made me check them again!

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