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Getting no signal on channels and faded video channel

When im on any channel it says no signal and im using WOW basic cable then on the video screen when theres games hooked up its comes in black and white. Any help please?

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How can i play ps2 on lcd without having a black and white screen ? how can i connect the cables ?.....when i look at the back of my lcd i find three ports (red white yellow) when i use them the screen is...


1) The set of input (Yellow= Composite video, Red= Right channel audio, White= Left channel audio). This set of input is for composite video.

2) The set of input (Red= Red video signal, Green= Green video signal + sync, Blue= Blue signal, Red= Right channel audio, White = Left channel audio (the Red and White will be grouped close together). This set of input is used for Component video for HD signal.

You should try using composite video source (Yellow RCA jack) from DVD player and feed to the monitor and see if it works OK with all color showing that way we acn find out if it is the video source problem or the monitor video signal processing problem. Try the PS2 on the TV if it works OK also.

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Memorex MLT1912: Signal only coming through on two channels


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Did you try setting and finding the other missing channels manually?

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Im not getting channel 74 on basic cable, It'll say channel scanning then I get a fuzzy screen.


Check the other channels and see if they're ok. If they are then it's the TV station's or cable company's problem.

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HDTV with descrambler, I need a channel lineup for all channels without a cable box for Suddenlink cable in Bossier City, LA (the digital numbers like 17-2...etc). I have many channels now, but need a list...


I discovered last year what you just recently discovered. Cable TV providers transmit digital signals over cable using what is known as a QAM signal. Most new TVs (but not all) are equipped with a QAM tuner (check your owners manual in the specs section). Your cable company sounds like a kinder more humane provider, just like mine. There are no federal regulations regarding what cable companies can or cannot do with QAM transmission. Most of the big providers such as Comcast scramble most or all of these signals, forcing the customer to pay extra for cable box rental. But some of the smaller providers allow all of their basic tier, non-premium channels to be transmitted freely, meaning that if you are not interested in PPV or premium channels, you don’t need a cable box. My cable provider (Service Electric Cable TV of Lehigh Valley, PA) initially did not print any QAM channel line up, so I went through each one, wrote them down, and created an Excel Spreadsheet so I had my own printed line up, which turned out to be a good idea, because my carrier has made several changes over the past year in their line up. Later, they did post a line up on their web site, but promptly made more changes without updating the line up so my advice to you is to create your own.

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Your cable signals are probably encoded so that you have to use their cable box for reception. Renders your tv tuner useless used for OTA.

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Get closed captions on some channels, but not all, even though it is CC


RCA have choices for different methods of CC in user CC menu. Labelled T1, T2, etc. . Different selections are for different types of close caption. Tune to a signal (on your other TV) that has closed caption working.

Tune your RCA to the same signal. Change the T1,T2, etc settings until the closed caption for your signal appears.

If this doesn't work, try connecting analog video or VHF channel 3 (or other specified channel) to the TV. check CC. When TV stations, sat channels, sat receivers, cable boxes etc, convert analog video signals to HD, problems can result. Some equipment causes RCA TVs to do unexpected things with sound and closed caption.

If you use RF or video output, old analog video may look better on CH3 or video than on HD input and the CC will work more consistently. Watch HD signals on HD input, Analog signals on Video in or through the TV tuner . Many HD channels and programs are converted analog video and look poor on TV HD inputs.


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Record tv with Panasonic DMR-E75V DVD Player / VCR


Not sure about this, but my guess would be that you don't have the correct channel set on the DVD recorder. It has to be the channel that you use to receive your signal, NOT the channel that you necessarily want to record. For instance- if you use channel 3 to receive your signal from dish, cable etc but want to record a program on (hypothetically) CBS which is (again hypothetically) channel 24 from your dish or cable provider you would go to "Prog/Check" on the remote, highlight the "New Timer Program" line and press "Enter", and then use the numeric buttons to select channel 3 (the channel you use to receive your signal, NOT 24, the channel you want to record). You will have to program your dish/cable box to provide the channel with the content you want to record, in this case- 24.
Not sure if that was your issue, but hope this helps.

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No signal


Hopefully, anyway.


I had a similar problem, and my solution was this: I pressed menu on my TV and using my universal remote, went into setup, and then channel search (or near to that), at which point it began searching for analog and digital channels. This can take up to approx. 30 minutes. I suggest you occupy yourself while waiting; it is a sluggish process.

If you want assurance, your TV will have the majority of analog channels (basic cable), and a couple digital. I am basing this wholly on my experience, however. Once finished, it should switch immediately so a channel. Mine was a weather station.


I hope this is successful in helping you and those in the future.

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Not able to scan stations


I don't understand why you would bother to scan channel when you have directv or dishnetwork???
directv or Dishnetwork required their units in order to watch any channel,which means:
A. Depending on your TV setting,if you use RF connection from your basic directv to the tv,you would have to leave the TV on Ch.3 or Ch.4.to view the rest of the channels,you have to change it from the directv or dishnetwork box. You are NOT able to scan the rest of the channels from the TV,bottom line!!
If you have comcast or your local cable provider,once you have activated,you could use the RF signal coming out from the wall plate straight to the tv and go to TV auto programming,it will auto scan the available channels for you.
Don't waste your time on directv.
If you are thinking about recording from your BASIC directv or dishnetwork box, you would connect SAT. signal from the wall plate to the directv box,then use composite video/audio output and connect straight to your VCR/DVD player under composite video/audio input. Now you could record the viewing channel to the VHS.
Good luck!

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