Question about Samsung Televison & Video
Please can anyone help me? I have a Samsung tv (model code: UE32C4000) which I am having problems with. I had a plug in aerial in the tv which picks all the channels up perfectly. I had this for the last yr and no problems. I took the aerial out at Christmas to put on a different tv. Now I have plugged it back into my tv and it's not bringing up any channels at all. I have tried everything. All is connected correctly. There is no problem with the aerial as it still works fine on the other tv. Looking at the settings on my tv I found a menu which said: Bit error level = 2000. I have spent hours trying to re tune my tv. Please can anyone help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to have a licensed antenna repairer out to fix your antenna. Just because your old tv is receiving enough signal to JUST get a picture doesn't mean your new tv will, A new tv doesn't mean you will get a perfect picture if your antenna is dodgy
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
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If your recorder is hooked up after the cable box, then it can probably only receive channel 3...the set-top box does the switching, and sends everything to the TV (and recorder) on Ch. 3
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
I returned my original TV/DVD to the suppliers who then sent me a new one.
I experienced exactly the same tuning problem with the new TV.
The only way I could tune it, was by using the fine tune facility to find and store the missing stations. This took a lot of time and continuous button pushing, so patience is essential.
Once found and stored, the previously missing channels are perfect.
It would appear that the DVD player doesn't like DVD- recordings from my home recorder. If they are re-coded they work.
Anything recorded on DVD+ is fine.
In my opinion this is a good unit let down by a couple of niggling faults.
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
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