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Sound interference i received a second hand tv and when i put the sky lead in there seems to be interference via sound as the picture is fine. the interference is a crackling noise

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Re: sound interference

As you there seems to be interference via sound as the picture is fine. the interference is a crackling noise& tv is old 1 CHECK SPEAKER 2 so in that case tunning in sound section is disturb get it tnnned. 3 any components in sound section has done defective(SIF)SECTION. 1 CHECK SPEAKER not matching or paper torn or paper cone hard.

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Phillips 28in wide screen tv. Picture OK through Sky, but has two moving distortions on ordinary aerial. Actual picture is good but the distortions moving up the screen make it very difficult to watch.

Even digital signals can be sensitive to electrical interference and using an antenna, you could be getting garbage from any nearby 'noisy' source. Something you might try is to temporarily switch off any electrical device in your home, one at a time and look for changes in the banding you have.
If the antenna you are using is outside (rooftop) and is rotor equipped, try changing the position to see if there is any increase or decrease of the problem. If an indoor antenna, rotate it slowly while watching the TV display for change. You may be able to determine the general direction of the source of interference. Some seemingly innocent devices that can cause problems; - Light dimmers/controllers - Poorly designed network routers - Cordless phones - Power supplies

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I have a tv digisender (Nikkai) which works fine with an analogue tv on a scart lead, but not via a scart lead with a Kenmark dtv. (Error message is no signal received) Help!

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When i plug my new tv into the sky box via a scart, the tv picture is distorted and a major buzzing noise is coming from the tv. sky have checked and said the box is fine. when u connect to another tv it...

Have you tried another scart lead? Also tried all of the tv scart sockets? Don't try and cure this by using an expensive upmarket scart lead, you'll just be wasting your money. The cheapest leads work just as well when the function correctly.

You could also try reversing your current lead by swapping the tv end to the Sky box and vice-versa, as there are many leads which cause feedback issues, and also a lot of "cut" leads (designed to prevent feedback looping) which must be fitted the correct way around. A "cut" lead is one where the wire to pin 19 at the tv end and to pin 20 at the video/Sky box end has been cut.

Note that scart leads MUST be fitted with the tv and Sky box switched off to avoid damage. Most people (including professional installers) regularly ignore this precaution though.

If all else fails then take the tv back and exchange it under the Sale of Goods Act; it's certainly not uncommon for new tv's to have faulty scart sockets.

If I've solved your problem then please take a moment to rate my answer. If not, then please report back with the make and model of TV and I'll try a more specific answer.

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My Toshiba 2939DB needs to be tuned in to pick up SKY. I cannot tune the TV as I do not have the original remote control - any tips?

There are many companies on the net that make generic remote controls for TV,VCR etc and it may be possible to obtain an original. If you Google "Replacement remote controls" then I'm sure you'll find one. Don't be tempted by these cheap remotes where you get a code book with them, many of them will NOT operate certain functions of the TV, including tuning. Beware!
Your problem seems to be that you want to tune the Sky box into the TV via the RF output of the box. Why not connect it by scart socket? You'll get a much better picture and if your set is nicam, stereo sound too.
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