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My 19ld350 lost signal and will not retune

While watching tv it lost signal and will not retune. I have checked all connections and ariel. Still nothing! Any ideas or is it for the bin?

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If the video inputs still work, give it to someone for use with a satellite, cable box, video games, dvd, etc. but if it truly needs a tuner, a 19" TV is usually not worth a main board replacement.

Posted on Feb 18, 2014

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