Question about Televison & Video
I tried to scan first time, but external antenna was not plugged in, so with insufficient signal, it came back with 'no channels'. I can't get back to first time installation page, and can find no way to scan again for channels.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should try and download the users manual if you do not have one...I remeber seeing in it that after hooking every thing up, you have to do the channel search twice before the unit will work properly..This is highlited in the manual with correct hookup diagrahm..
Posted on Aug 10, 2007
I am happy to help, you will need to attach a antenna to the tv to pick up OTA over the air signals, depending on your location you may be able to use a set of rabbit ears, I have provided a link to a site that will explain in depth.
Let me know if this helps and please rate this solution. lone99star
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
I carried my Westinghouse TV to the basement. Unplugged the antenna from the digital converter box and connected it to my digital TV. I then re-scanned for channels and found channel 9. After carrying the Westinghouse TV back upstairs, I connected the original set-up and tuned to channel 9 which was now showing on the screen as no signal. From that point I moved my VHF dipoles until I had located the correct position for reception. A little labor intensive, but I was fortunate to have another antenna that was receiving channel 9.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
1. ensure that you are on the TV tuner when you are trying to scan channels
2. if analog tuner works, but you cannot access digital tuner....the digital tuner is broken
When you turned channels before, did it switch between analog and digital channels seamlessly or did you need to press a button to acces digital channels seperately?
If you accesed digital channels seamlessly, #2 is not likely
If seperately, #2 is very likely.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
do u have the user manual for the TV? if you do the solution will be in there, if not (I suspect you don't) please give the make an model so I can try to look this up, but off the top of head there is no way to "assign channels" to a paticular remote setting.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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