Question about Televison & Video
I am in need of IC 221-652-01 for a Zenith model: SF2517TR. Please advise if you know of a source. Thanks, Roscoe Spencer 309 792-0622 Mars Electronics
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
not sure what year this tv is, but I had some where the tuner was bad and would be stuck on video. The only way is replacing the tuner. Or you may want to try hooking up a vcr into the video audio jacks and run the channels from the vcr it may work yet.
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
SOURCE: need a code for my tv zenith
Zenith Product Codes
TV Mode Zenith Code 101 - VCR Mode Zenith Code 201 - Cable
Mode Zenith Code 353 - AUX Mode Zenith Code 401.
TV - 101 149 175
Posted on May 07, 2008
From your VCR you should have an (RF OUT) and an (RF IN) Connector (these also might be marked as ANT IN and ANT OUT, or CABLE IN and CABLE OUT).
The same goes for your TV (RF IN), (ANT IN) or (CABLE IN).
Now, take your Coaxial Cable (Cable with screw on or Push on connector with a wire in the center of it) and connect it to the TV (RF IN), take the other end of the same cable and connect it to the VCR (RF OUT).
Then connect your cable TV set top box or antenna to the (RF IN) of the VCR.
If you are using a cable box set your VCR and TV to Channel 3 or 4 (depending on your area)
If you are just using the VCR and an antenna set your TV to channel 3 or (depending on your area).
That should do it for coaxial connectivity.
If you are using the composite video and Audio cables to connect to your TV here are the directions for that.
Looking at the back of your TV you will see Three RCA type connectors colored as Yellow, White, and Red. Yellow is Video, White is your Left Audio, and Red is your Right Audio. They should be marked as (Video IN), (R Audio IN), and (L Audio IN). *note these markings may not be exactly like what is written, however the indicators should be close to what you are seeing.
Now look at your VCR, you may see a lot of RCA Connectors (up to 6 of these connectors) don't worry, you are only looking for the ones that say (Video OUT) (R Audio OUT), and (L Audio OUT).
Once you find the connectors on both pieces of equipment, take the Yellow, Red, and White tipped cables and plug the in their respective jacks Yellow tipped cable connects VCR (Video OUT) to TV(Video IN). Red tipped cable connects VCR (R Audio OUT) to TV (R Audio IN), and finally White tipped cable connects VCR (L Audio OUT) to TV (L Audio IN),
Once the cables are connected you will be able to use the composite selection on your remote to view the images from your VCR, the VCR in this case will be acting as the tuner for your TV with out you having to set the TV to channel 3 or 4, you will just have to use the AUX or whatever setting on you remote that allows the composite video to display.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
the variations of the supply causes that. a verticle stability be checked, specially semiconductors and capacitor changing valuas
IT=CV=Q AND frequincy = f=i/t
so if I AND T CHANGES CAUSING MOVEMENT OF PICTURE
SO I is for time and T for tempareture
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
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