Question about Televison & Video
CAN NOT FIND ANY CHANELS
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i just saw a post which I believe will solve my problem (I connected to the wrong coax antenna plug). I haven't tried, but I'm pretty sure that is the problem.
Here's the post from akai_owner from 2007:
Look at the back of your TV. Make sure your cable is hooked up to connector on far right, NOT the far left. (For analog cable TV.)
Push "source" button on remote or side of TV to cycle through TV inputs. Wait one second between pushes. You want to stop just before the source that displays "AV" on TV screen. It should show a number, for the current channel number.
If you are using an analog cable box, try setting the TV channel to 3 or 4. If you use no cable box, try changing channels on TV to find an active one. If no luck, make sure your cable service is active (subscription active). Cable companies disconnect it between residents of an apartment/house.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Hi I am Vortash not a set I have worked on but suggest that the solution will be in the user manual , if you have no user manual try this site http://www.safemanuals.com some of the downloads by adobe pdf file are free others reasonably priced I hope this is of help Regards Vortash
Posted on May 15, 2009
Sounds like you are trying to receive the new Over The Air OTA, digital ATSC signals on a VCR that can only receive analog NTSC, which are not sent by any but low-power channels. Did you miss the change over last April, postponed from Feb, and featured on every TV channel when you could have obtained 1 or 2 $40 coupons toward ATSC-to-NTSC converter boxes. Try www.dtv.gov for more info, IIRC.
If you are speaking of cable TV then see your company. These may be digital Quadrature Amplitude Modulation QAM signals that only certain TVs can decode provided they are not encrypted. Locals are never encrypted. This is separate from the ATSC conversion.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you so much--sound like the problem"
SOURCE: tunning in all digital stations
Don't know if this was the problem, but I was trying to go through the tuner for the saterllite stations. I tried going through the VCR/DVD unit and now all the channels are tuned. Only problem now is how do I tape a channel through the VCR? I can't seem to tune in the VCR.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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