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I can't get the tv to work

So I have this mitsubishi WS 65807 a big screen and well it would be a shame to throw away. But it appears that the tv doesn't want to show any channels they all are "snowy". I own satelite tv which requires me to go to different channels to view but they are all staticy and no clear screen like it normally would. I have tried to do the channel 3 and 4 nothing I have even purchased the DTV box to see if I can see basic tv off of it but nothing. If I change input and connect lets say a gaming system it works fine....I don't want to just have it as an arcade and would enjoy watching television on this beautiful set. Any suggestions?

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  • rudeculousda Apr 14, 2009

    Every other tv works perfectly....I am not sure if somehow maybe the actual jack might have a something to do with it. For when I put it in either TVA or TVB they both show no picture just that snowy screen. I also was wondering if somehow there was a way to detour the satallite. Like I said when I connect a gaming device and I change the input it works with the device. So is there a way I can use that method to connect the satalite?

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Make sure the cables work for the satellite tv, maybe there maight be a problem with them.

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