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U need to make sure that the antena cable is conected at the back of the radio and not broken. If the problem persists take it to a specialist to work on the reception, its minor u wil b enjoying your reception now. Vote if it works. Good luck.
Must buy a Digital converter box and to install it seperatly to devert back to tv anlogue tv signal to make the tv to work.Tv antena inverter alone can't convert analogue signal to digital signal only can give basic tv antena for better antena reception.Tries websites like Ebay.com,Amazon.com to buy a stand alone digital converter box to install and that didigal antena install and auto scan again u should able to get all the free DTV air stations.
on all tvs there is a menu pannel find the menu button on the remote or tv could also be called setup button look for channel option or antena cable option (no on most of the new tvs it is an auto scan) and select that option it will scan throught the channels and auto add the ones that get reception say if ur using an antena
if u are trying to hook up a cable box or sat box through the antena coail wire at the same time u can not have them on so to scan for antena channels turn off the sat recver and cable box scan for channels because the sat box and cable box destors the singnal when on the same time with the antena u will proble have to go back into the main menu where yu selected the channels and manualy add channel 3 or 4 which is what runs the sat/cable box if ur using the antena hookup on the tv
if u are hooking the sat/cable box or dvd player to red gren blue or yellow white red hook up's they will be under a diffrent source chanel which u can usaly get to by hitting the input or source button on the remote
There is interferance in th esytem that is causing this effect. If the noise is coming while in motion then the noise is induced from the electrics of the vehicle.
Check or add a 0.47mfd/100Volt capacitor which is a clip type to the power into the set. If not use a DC/DC isolator or even a inductance coil with a capacitor , one you can salvage from an old set.
Make sure the antennae is good and the local reception is strong.If not the static might dominate.
on the radio there is a cable that is for Power Antena you might have to set a cable out to the area you are instslling the antena if this car already had a power antena you only need to hook up the leds from the old if not then like i said you need to get positive cable out to the antena and ground it to chassis
if theres no audio then stereos broke or hooked up wrong . Scan not stopping at station would be bad reception (antena not hooked up right) Go to a car audio shop spend a hundred bucks or 2 and get a good stereo and let them hook it up for you for $20.
The radio has a built in small power sourse to increse reception. A reception booster..
That power sourse may be failing..
Very common on the stock stereos..
In my opinion - it it worth wile to have a brand name stero installed.. It is not real expensive to do..
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If so, purchase a cheap FM antena. It looks like a "T" when spread out (4' to 5'). That should help.
You can purchase an "amplified" antenna, but if your area reception is
really bad (such as in a valley) the antenna would just amplify the
noise as well. Look for web based radio in this case or if you have
cable there are stations on it.