Re: my dynex tv has digital channels but they are not...
Use component cables instead of the HDMI cables. We had the same problem and that's how the cable guy fixed it. You use just the regular red, white, and yellow cables then the other 3 colors that are just for HD tvs.
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It looks like a light shining on the screen when you were recording the problem.Also, you are taking the picture from a bad angle for lcd types of tvs.Try a new recording,also get the tv on an HD channel for a better,clearer picture.Many hd tvs look bad on non HD channels.
I turn on my DYNEX LCD-TV model
DX-L26-10A and the screen says 'Please Wait" for a few seconds and then
I hear the voices for the channel, but there is no picture and there is
a buzzing sound coming from the back of the unit.
The Dynex LCD-19-09 19in LCD Tv has a digitial tuner in it already. I would recommend doing a channel scan and make sure it is on the "Antenna" setting instead of "Cable" and let it scan for channels. You will see all the analog channels like "7", "12" if they are still broadcasting, however, if you can pick up the digital channels, it will look more like "7-1" or 12-1; 12-2 etc.". To get to this, push the "Menu" button on the Dynex remote, then arrow down twice to TV, then push the right arrow and make sure it is set at Antenna and do a channel scan. Should get you whatever digital channels are available. If the digital antenna is not strong enough, you will need to get the digital one at Wal-Mart as previously suggested and hope that will convert the analog channels in your area.