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I haven't heard of a radio/tv combo since the demise of vhf tv.
A reasonable radio reception could be derived from the vhf tv signal making a usable unit without the bother of an additional aerial. For use with uhf tv the radio would probably need an additional aerial for decent fm radio reception - unless the radio is am only...
You don't say how old your combo is or give any details. I think the screw terminals could be intended to be connected to a 300 ohm balanced dipole aerial for radio reception only or to mount a loop aerial for indoor tv reception only, if the tv is intended for uhf analogue reception.
If the tv isn't equipped with a standard socket for the usual 75 ohm coaxial type aerial lead it is possible the set manufacturer originally supplied an adaptor to fit to those two screws in order to provide a regular aerial socket.
Without a much more detailed description, these are the only comments I am able to make.
Hi Suzie, Is your TV new? have you checked is it compatible with digital broadcast?
When you connect a new television or move from a place to another you need to re-tune the internal decoder in order to watch channels.
It is usually best to check an aerial from the radio end with an ohmmeter or continuity checker. The aerial cable is a coaxial cable with a centre core that carries the signal and an outer braid that when properly grounded keeps interference to a minimum.
Measuring between the centre and the outer there should be an infinity reading on an ohmmeter, indicating no short circuits in the cable or aerial base. Measuring between the outer and a good ground the reading should be very low, no more than a few ohms indicating a good ground connection to the aerial base and of the aerial base to the bodywork.
The next test is simple and tricky at the same time as one lead of the meter will need extending. Remove the aerial mast and test for a very low reading of just 2 or 3 ohms between the cable centre and the stud or socket where the mast mounts. If all tests are fine it indicates the mast has an internal fault. If the tests aren't fine the cause is fairly intuitive.
To some extent you can perform the tests at the aerial base but the results will be limited due to the physical connection between the cable and aerial base won't be part of the test.
You need to be aware some installations are fitted with an aerial amplifier which can confuse matters and make checking more difficult.
That's a Hirshman antenna and sorry to say they are not CHEAP. There are a ton of Benz parts sources online including Ebay for a fairly reasonable priced replacement. The dealer is BIG DOLLAR to replace. It's simple to replace but expensive part
http://www.ehow.com/how_2153205_install-internal-card-reader.html if its just a plane ...universal reader ...( no antena needed ) http://www.ehow.com/how_2151954_install-internal-card-reader.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgyXW5rs3Ek
hi, i had this problem also. u have to plug in the usb receiver (looks like a usb storage that you would use for pc) into the front of pc. make sure you have batteries in controller turn it on and press home. red light will flash on usb receiver until controller is paired with it. hope this helps