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Don't have channel 9 and gem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I can tune my Panasonic
The actual HD channels use a different data coding system than SD channels. The device that is used to receive (the Panasonic if the cable plug into it and the tv is connected thru the AV cable or the tv itself) it doesn't have the capability to decode them. This is something that cannot be changed, it's a hardware limitation.
The only way to change that is to use an external tuner/decoder. If you want to record only what you see and nothing else then a new model of a HD recorder is needed. If you want to view a channel while the recorder records another then you will also need a HD tuner, to which the tv will be connected the AV way.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
SOURCE: I have somehow "tuned out"
please try to reset all channels by performing a auto scan...
go to the menu and find auto scan using your remote..
Or some remote have a direct button on the remote please look at your remote if have auto scan..
Thank you and good luck
Posted on Jun 08, 2011
SOURCE: Hi. I have a Sony
This solution is designed to assist when all or some of the available channels are not stored or are missing when trying to change the channels directly on a TV. If using a cable set top box or satellite receiver, refer to the manual supplied with the device or contact the manufacturer for tuning those channels.
Verify that the cable or antenna wire is connected to the VHF/UHF input on the television.
The use of signal splitters can diminish reception. If signal splitters are being used to send the signal to multiple televisions throughout the home, then the signal strength may be too degraded to provide good enough reception and a blue screen or snowy picture may be displayed.
If a VCR is connected to the television, turn off the VCR.
If using an antenna, try adjusting its position.
The type of antenna being used and how far away a particular station is helps determine what type of reception you will receive; the reception of certain stations may be better than others. To determine which stations are available in your area and to find out the recommended type of antenna to use, visit the http://www.antennaweb.org Web site.
Televisions with digital tuners require a signal strength of at least 25% before a digital broadcast will be displayed on the screen. A low digital broadcast signal may also cause intermittent loss in signal. The Federal Communications Committee has set up a support center for customers who are experiencing transmission issues with specific DTV stations. In these cases, call 1-888-Call-FCC (225-5322) for further assistance.
Verify the television tuner is set for the correct signal type.
Set the tuner to Antenna or Cable:Off for receiving over-the-air broadcasts.
Set the tuner to Cable or Cable: On when receiving cable TV broadcasts.
Auto Program the television.
If the problem persists, manually program the channel into the television.
Not all Sony TVs have the capability to manually add digital channels to the memory. If some digital channels are not being stored, but can be viewed by entering them directly with the remote then the signal for that channel would require further improvement.
If the issue is still not resolved, test the antenna or cable by connecting it to a different television.
If the issue is present with a different television, the antenna or cable service is faulty.
The troubleshooting steps listed above should resolve your issue. If you have completed all of the steps and the issue is not resolved, service may be required. The Sony eService Web site at http://eservice.sony.com/ can assist you in obtaining service from a Sony Service Center or locating a Sony Authorized Servicer.
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Posted on Aug 07, 2011
SOURCE: Sony Bravia Digital TV won't
These numbers are the LCN (Logical Channel Number) assigned by the broadcasters. It will only be at 350 if it is the same channel from a different transmitter. You need to know the 'channel' of the frequency to manually tune it in. You are talking about the program number not the channel (frequency), a common mistake. i.e ABC in Sydney is transmitted on CH12 (226.5Mhz) and the LCN's for each program are 2,21,22,23,24,201 & 201. If your antenna also picks up the signals from the Kings Cross transmitter ABC is CH30 (543.5Mhz), as these are later in the spectrum they are put in the LCN list starting at 350.
Posted on Oct 05, 2011
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