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Tuner end broke off in the back of tv the cable/antenna connect

Is there any other way to hookup to get a picture

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Im afraid not if your good with a soldering ion you should be able to bodge something otherwise take it to your local tv shop they should be able to help.

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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There seems to be an incompatibility between the TV's setting and the antenna's input.
The TV doesn't see the antenna connection and keeps searching.
Somehow you have to get the TV's 'cable' setting in the menu to 'over the air'.
Is there a clean signal coming to the TV? Sometimes a cable can be compromised where the signal never reaches the input connection. Check both ends or at least replace the cable temporarily.
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A snowy picture after warmup is either in the set or not.

What you may want to do to begin with is hook up a DVD player or something else to ONE OF THE VIDEO INPUTS ON BACK OF SET this will narrow it down to the tuner or the front end of the set.

If A/V hookup works you always have the option to hook the output of the cable or sat box to those same kind of rear connections- bypass the tuner and front end signal circuits completely.

As it only happens when on a short time not likely to be a hookup or bad connection there but check them anyway.

If using a box of some kind run the cable or sat direct without it--bypass the box to rule it out.

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