Question about Televison & Video
I've got the sharp lc 26ad22u, and am very mad I cannot set it up to view the channels my perfectly fine antenna can pick up. There's no scan feature and no menu I can find on this TV. HELP!!!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check first the antenna using another TV. If there is no other TV available, check using an ohmeter. If you are 100% sure tha the antenna is ok then the antenna connector on your Tv is not making a good connection to the antenna plug.
Posted on May 24, 2007
The company's page for this set is here. There's a link toward the bottom to download the user's manual.
If I read the manual correctly, you're out of luck without an external tuner such as a cable box. This set was made for the European market and its tuning system isn't fully compatible with that used in the US. There's a "channel swap" function which lets you reassign the channels it finds to whatever channel number you want, and it's described in the manual. I assume that's to allow for the different frequency/channel number assignments in use in all the areas it tries to cover. The set's tuner just may not be able to pick up all the channels on your cable system. As long as it gets US channel 3 or 4 correctly, you can use the set with a cable box or video recorder that properly tunes the cable channels.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
SOURCE: Trying to set up Digital Labs 19
The remote control that came with my Digital Labs tv/dvd combo worked for about 2 seconds and never really worked correctly. Now, I'm trying to find a universal remote that will be compatible. Please help.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
Those numbers are not the right ones to find on capacitors.
If they are capacitors, they must have markings such as (for example) '47uFd' (value of capacitance) and '63VDC' with polarity signs of + or - near the two leads. Additionally, there will be reference numbers close to the parts such as; 'C134'
Those devices which are heat-damaged could be chokes. They are inductors and will show copper windings if the insulation is removed. If they are, look for their reference designators starting with 'L'. If they are chokes, they may be of an odd value since these are not nearly as standardized in value as capacitors are. The likelihood of scoring a schematic for your set isn't good; the mfrs. really aren't interested in making your TV whole again, they want you to buy a new.
If you can determine exactly what it is that has failed (I don't think those two parts are all that has died), check Mouser Electronics which appeals to small orders (they like big ones too); they have no minimums and charge actual shipping cost.
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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