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I am trying to hook up my digital antanna can you help?

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I hope you have hooked it to an antenna BOX first , not just the Rabbit ears.

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Should i have a built in digital tuner


Your TV does have an inbuilt Tuner. You will need a Digital compatible Antenna. There is a big difference between digital and the old analog TV Antenna's
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I bought a used ford taurus and i only get static on the radio no staions how can i find the problem and fix it


I would check to make sure the antanna is plugged into the back of the radio as well as make sure it runs all the way to the antanna itself. It's a start anyway. May be the radio itself but I would try the basics first. I hope this helped and good luck.

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Try to re tune but it goes throught the motions but does not pick up any channels at all. Tried this many many times. all cabled up correctly. help required please. Its a TWFdigital STB501 Box (Digital...


You need to have a newer digital antena hooked up to it also if your tv is flat panel and its less than say 2 years old the digital tuner should be built in. I dont mean to sound dumb but if you are using a digital coverter box and thats what the antenna is hooked up to make sure your in the menu of the converter box. You can determine this by what channel the TV is on. If you hooked the Box to the coaxle then your TV should be on 3 or 4 if you used Composite(RCA) cables then it should be on aux. But once again I will say the antanna makes all the difference with digital. Old ones do not work. Please respond with more info if this doesnt help.

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The program light blinks all the time. I do not have a remote. I have a convertor box on the tv and an antanna but I keep getting a message saying to check antanna and connections, no sinal. I get a few...


I'm assuming you are getting more than two digital channels into the converter so the problem lies in how the converter is connected to the TV, which I presume is via a coaxial cable, right and you have the TV tuned to analog channel 3 or 4, right?

If that is all true, the RF coax cable solution is not going to work. The few channels you were getting, either side of 3 or 4 is just RF bleed.

Try this, acquire somehow a A/V hookup cable that has 3 RCA male jacks on each end. One cable will have YELLOW ends, This is composite VIDEO. There will be two others colored RED and WHITE (or perhaps black). This is for the AUDIO. The outputs on the converter and the inputs should be colored the same way. Hook the two up, noting which INPUT (1, 2 or 3) on the TV you have plugged into. Not sure of the exact number your TV has. Make sure you change the TV to INPUT whatever. You may also have to re-scan your converter. As long as your antenna is connected correctly gto the converter you should gain a lot more channels. Let me know how you make out.

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After a power failure all our televisions dont have any signal


if your using an off-air antanna the or digital reciever box you may have to replace it. If you are using a powered antanae try plugging it in somewhere else if that doesn't work, you might have to buy a new powered antanna.

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I have a vcr/dvd hooked up to my present tv with a antanna. How do i hook up the digital converter. so thatI still could use vcr. Thank You


It depends on brand of converter. In Radioshack they have one with AV-in ports (for $56 (-$40 coupon = $16). So TV signal going trough antenna and DVD/VCR going trough AV-in of converter to the same antenna of TV. Or you will have to hook up the CONVERTER - ANTENNA IN VCR/DVD - Antenna OUT VCR/DVD - ANTENNA IN TV. And you will use the remote of converter to switch the channels.
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The talk back may be nothing more than a 10 ohm resistor shorted across the pa/external speaker outputs. If this is the sitution, the resistor may have damaged the audio chip. Remove the resistor and see if this corrects the problem. If not you may need to replace the audio chip. Hope this helps
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Black menu screen pops and hides half the tv.


that is close caption, get your remote control and press the close caption button.that's it

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