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How to get the right input for a conventional rca tv

Satellite receiver is connected to the rca tv but the tv is not letting me change the input nor the channel on it..giving me only channel 3 with a fuzzy screen nothing more nothing else..even the buttons on the tv is not letting me change anything on it

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Channel 3 is what you want anyways if you use the co-axial for the input. You can't have any other channels until you do a scan and there are no other channels anyways when you are using the tv as a monitor. So all your problems exist before that. Since the tuner is analogue and the satellite receiver is digital you may need a modern brown box.

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SOURCE: I can't select TV/Video input on the menu

Prueba poniendo canal 00 en el tv varios modelos de rca entran en modo de auxiliar en este canal.

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SOURCE: RCA F32650 TV changes channels by itself

Problem is common to RCA models. The issue is bad solder joints in the tuner area. Resolder the entire tuner section of the board and the problem will be resolved. No parts are necessary.

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SOURCE: RCA model F27252GY TV has no Video button or AUX channel for DVD

try putting the tv on channel 00, that is where this tv apparently shows the input from at least one on the video channels.

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