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My Tv no longer registers a signal from the antenna. I can see a picture thruogh my smart DVR and Chromecast but no pic with TV antenna. I bought a new antenna, still no signal.


Is the TV set to air or cable? It has to be set to air/antenna and a channel search has to be done first before a picture will show.

Mar 07, 2016 | Zenith Z50P3 50 in. Plasma TV

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Wont find channels on auto channel search


Ensure that you have a good connection to your antenna/cable/satellite, and that you have selected the proper signal type in your TV menu.

If you are using a cable box or satellite, you might need to search for an analog signal on channel 3 or 4. If your cable/satellite box outputs an HDTV signal, then search the digital channels. If you are using an antenna, search for digital channels and set it the TV to Air in the Channel menu.

Apr 07, 2014 | AOC Televison & Video

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Tv suddenly shows no audio and no video for digital channles only yet all digital channles are detected durring the channel search


Sounds like you have a bad signal from the antenna or the cable. Unlike analog TV if the signal level drops below a certain level you loose the picture and sound completely. The fact that digital channels are detected during channel search does not mean they have a good signal. Try moving the antenna about.

Nov 29, 2009 | Olevia 237T 37 in. LCD TV

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The trouble started with losing the signal briefly and then gradually got worse until no signal and search for satillite came on. trouble shooting chart used.No signal strenth .the high def system was...


If the screen says searching for satelite the prblem is with the satelite receiver not the TV. (not familiar with Direct TV problems - usually signal strength alignment issues)

Sep 22, 2009 | Televison & Video

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Digital Visio 42" LCD TV stopped receiving digital TV


Check all your connections in the back, if they're all good replace the main board in the tv.

Aug 22, 2009 | Televison & Video

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Searching for signal then 'no signal'


Sounds like you are on satelite.If so your cable from the dish has been disconnected to that reciver.

Dec 31, 2008 | Samsung HP-R5072 50 in. Plasma HDTV

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AKia pdp-4249g


I HAVE PROBLEM,THE SCREEN SAYS AUTO SELECT SEARCHING,THEN NO SIGNAL FOUND THEN THE TV TURNS OFF BY ITSELF

Apr 16, 2008 | Akai PDP-4249G 42 in. EDTV-Ready Plasma...

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Searching for signal, component connection


  • the problem is in the system control section of your tv
  • it might be due to loose connection in that section
  • some components must have failed.
  • loose contact in any pin of system control ic.
  • good luck.

 

 

Oct 22, 2007 | Samsung DynaFlat TX-P3076WH 30" TV

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Tv monitor turns blue during forward or reverse vcr search


On some TV's the screen will go blue if there is not a strong, solid video signal present. This is to prevent the showing of very snowy or all snow channels, or garbled, mixed-up external video signals. This is normal. On some VCR's the video signal changes when the FF or REW search feature is used, and this could trigger the TV to go to blue screen. The only way around this if you can enter the TV's menu and turn off the blue screen feature.

Jun 23, 2007 | Panasonic PV-V4020 VHS VCR

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