I recenty disconnected cable and went back to good old regular tv--I think---
I have a rca television(1 Connector in the back and places to put the red,ylw,wht connections, I purchased an rf modulator and rabbit ears-I also have a dvdvcr combo and I can play the tapes and dvds but I can not get tv--I get a blue screen and in the upper right corner it reads tv13, it will not switch channels or anything else--my tv is about 3-4 years old---please help
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These sets have what is known as a on board Tuner. This means that the Tuner is not replaceable without replacing the entire Board. The good news is that you can replace the Cable/RF connector as long as the shield it attached to is not broke or too bent. Most of the Cable/RF connectors used in these sets have PCB mount . You will have to remove the Signal Board and unsolder the center connection of the broken connector left on the Board. Remount the new
Connector and solder the center connection. You may need a collar nut to secure the Connector the the shield.
I hope this helps,
Hi a simple CCTV one camera system is 1 pair of power wires (1 positive 1 negative) and 1 piece of coax cable with BNC connectors at both ends. (usually rg59 but RG6 is better)
Things to be aware of:
Cameras come in both 12v DC OR 24Vac configurations some are capable of both but most models available to consumers run on 12v most professionals choose 24v models.
simple adapters used to convert from regular coax screw type connectors to either an RCA connector or BNC connector are available at Radio shack. If you need more than 1 or 2 its cheaper to get them on ebay.
You can connect a BNC equipped camera to an input on your TV by using one of these adapters. *put an RCA connector on the end and plug it into one of the yellow video inputs on the TV.
Its not your TV, call cable company, ask them to reimburst you for the days and times, you were unable to use your cable to is fullest advantage, you should get about $4.75 a day you were unable to use ur cable after the storm
No your set would not be like the HD52W19 model ,your model number is on back of tv year,chassis & Model # being 10 yrs old ptk195 model------- older Rca ptk169 these sets are 16yrs old.My guess without hands on chassis Bad Flyback Transfomer.
sometimes if the tuner is not damaged then a technician can put it back on... the other option is to tune the channel through a vcr.. essentally bypassing the tv tuner and useing vcr tuner. hook the cable to vcr then using rca jacks yellow red and white connect it to you tv(if it has rca jacks ...most have them these days.. sometimes on front and sometime on back or even on the side.. tune your tv to that input(video 1 or something like that.. then using your vcr remote change channel...its not a perfect solution but it will save you the 130 buck most charge to repair that connector
I think you may have a problem on the tuner module. If using scart connector in your country, check the cable itself or replace, otherwise loose connections on the inside of the unit or a circuit fault. Try the cable first then a repair technician. Good Luck,JUS004
picture blury problem is due to
1 focus wire loose or disconnected due to long life of connection.this wire is in crt base.
2 focus control mistunned.
3 low voltage on crt electodes.
4 if tv is old then crt is getting weak.
5 crt base or connector loose
hope this helps.
only thing I can think of is for you to check your cables... assuming you are using a coaxial cable for the satelite and rca cables for games and dvds, I would recommend trying a different coaxial cable. There is also the chance that the coaxial connection on the tv itself is messed up. you may try buying an RF modulator that will convert coaxial to rca, most rf modulators convert rca to coax. so make sure it does what you need before you buy it. tech guys at store should be able to help if you can't figure it out.