I've been given a Bush WS6667 TV with no instruction manual. I've connected it to my Virgin Media cable box and can hear the sound for each channel perfectly. However, I can't seem to get a picture. I've tried tuning via the remote control menu, but to no avail, but I'm not convinced I'm doing it correctly. Any advice would be gratefully received.
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they should be three ways to connect to your tv, firstly using the HDMI connection (if your using the HDMI for something else buy a 4way HDMI box), the second is to connect using the SCART lead connector, and the third is to use a VCBS connector (AUX leads, one yellow (video), and one white (left audio) and the other red (right audio). other than these they shouldn't be any other way to connect to your tv. Unless you use a S-video lead. all these ports sould be available on the back of the tv set. to use your Virgin remote with your tv they should be instructions on how to use the program codes either in the paper work that came with your tv or simply search online for the codes to your remote.
Tuning of the TV not required when using scart lead, just select external input that the scartis connected to, ie AV1,AV2 (EXT1,EXT2) etc. The problem is possibly to do with the Virgin box, it may be set to HDMI out in which case it will not output anything via the scart lead, you would need to connect via an HDMI lead (small socket on the rear of the unit looks a little like a USB socket). Problem is if your TV is a CRT television its unlikely to have this socket. Your Virgin box can be reset to output via the scart but you would need to contact Virgin for this process.
Hi, I assume that you have attached it via SCART cable...since SCART plugs have 21 pins, and carry video, audio and switching signals ,sometimes a bad connection on either TV side or Top Box side ,the sound goes off first..Make sure your SCART plugs securely fit to either side. If it does not help pls visit the URL below for further advise before going to blame the Top Box.... Hope this helps! Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :) Thanks ------------ Set-top Box Connection Advisor
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If this TV is connected to cable TV and you are using a cable box then the cable system is at fault. If you are connected to cable TV with no cable box then look at the pictures on other TV's in your home if you have another TV. If they look fine and are small enough to move around. Move the TV and connect it to the cable outlet where this TV is connected and then examine those channels again. If they are grainy then a call to the cable company is due. They can use a signal checker to see what the signal levels are at that outlet for any given channel range.
Hi, If you are expert and have experience then follow the instruction given below:
Check first Filament is lighten-up ? If yes then check ABL Voltages, if
filament voltages not present check horizontal out put transistor. and
check also safty resistances in surrounding area of H OUT Transistor.
And if you are not a tech person then i advise you to please contact any expert nearby, this problem bit technical. Hope this will solve the problem. Thanks for using fixya.
the tv has a configaration that conveys the sets focus on both audio and video performance. full hd resolution of 1920-1080 pixels.
hdmi inputs allow connection of the generation of 1080p sources for the systems which offer 1080p outputs
Hi there, It appears you may be using a cable type which isnt compatible with stereo. The Coaxial output on a lot of the old VCRs dont always support stereo so that may be your problem right there. i suggest you try connecting the cable box directly to your TV using a scart cable. Scart definately supports stereo audio so if this doesnt give you stereo sound the problem lies within the cable box's audio settings which you should be able to access with your remote.
ope this helps you solve your problem :) Good Luck.
You may lose some channels when you retune the TV as the channels have been rearranged. To locate them look at the EPG although you may still find that some channels are no longer available on FREEVIEW. See the following link for additional information http://www.freeview.co.uk/_retuneinfo/ If the above process does not work then check the link above for additional information and also visit the accompanying site links below to find more information for your model of TV / FREEVIEW box. For troubleshooting the retune procedure visit http://tvretune.co.uk/troubleshooting/ For specific model information visit http://tvretune.co.uk/productmanuals/