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No picture/sound with cable

Picture/sound would suddenly disappear - leaving only static... for a while, jiggling the coax cable (into the tv) would restore things, but now I cannot get anything.

Another tv plugged into the same cable connection works fine.

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Probable tuner as indicated, part # EL933L4

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Posted on Oct 22, 2007

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    By the way, you can bypass the tuner problem by using the



    A/V  outputs from a source box to the TV A/V inputs.....T.

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  • as per your statement it is quite clear that picture & sound use to disappear & cable worka for other tv
  • it clearly means that
  •  the socket where you connect cable might be loose or defectivr.
  • loose connection or print break near tuner & tuner itself.
  • loose contact or print break near VIF section supply or any components loose.
  • hope this will help
  • good luck

Posted on Oct 22, 2007

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Well tuners are being made smaller (and there is more cold solder in some points due to heat) so i would look up a new tuner for that tv...and if you know how to solder ,do it yourself it will be cheaper

Posted on Oct 21, 2007

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