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Coaxial cable from Antenna to input on amplifier. Coaxial Cable from output of amplifier to Television, VCR or AV Receiver depending on what you have hooked up.
Posted on Nov 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is a tuner feed back ring isue there is no way to fix it othere then switching conection types > svid,rca,optical,hdef
in that make shur you dont have input and output confused if using rca or hdef rca method
might sound stupid but disconect all conections and start over map it out on paper then following the mapping checking it off as you go
also could be interferance from an outside sorce
are your cables shielded? if not try buying shielded ones
as this is probly the problem if you have unshiled cables
one tv has better signal rejection then the othere thus the interferance is not seen in one like it is the othere
hope this helped
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
My LC46D64U just started doung the same thing for any over the air channel that starts with 6. It cuts out for a few seconds about every 60 seconds. Has anyone found a solution for this?
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
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you haven't given the brand name and model numbe of TV here. yet I posts this solution assuming that it to be LCD tv. You says that the Tv works with converter and not works with digital box. Check the digital box for any malfunction. I can oly give you this much advice as your post does not tell exatly what the fault is. If you want anymore assistance from me, please be clear out the situation you faces now. OK.
Posted on Jun 28, 2011
First make sure that your Input is TV. Use the Input button on the remote (to the right of 0) or on the side of the TV (lowest button). To watch OTA channels, after connecting the appropriate antenna for your location with a coaxial cable to your Antenna In port, press Menu then use the arrows to select the Setup submenu. Press Enter to access the submenu and select Installation. Then select Terrestrial and then Input Configuration. Here select Antenna as your input. Press Enter to save. Then scan for channels by returning to the Terrestrial sub menu and select Channel Program to scan all available channels.
Since digital signals are either sufficient for your tuner to interpret or give No Signal, you need to select your antenna and point it with care. Go to anntennaweb.org or tvfool.com to get information on the stations that you should be able to get in your location. Antennaweb assumes an outdoor antenna but still gives a conservative list of available stations. TVfool gives stations depending on the color code of the antenna (indoor, outdoor, amplified) and their directions. If you are sharing the antenna signal with multiple TVs, you may need an amplified splitter. (If you do have an amplifier, you may want to test removing it from the line and directly connecting the 37HL17 to the antenna. When amplifiers get damaged they can turn into signal filters which block the signal completely.)
If you have the correct antenna, check if another TV receives the stations. If so, you may have a bad tuner on the TV. (Some TVs have better tuners than others and pick up the stations even with lower signal strength.)
I hope this helps.
(I use an outdoor antenna and antennaweb indicates that I should only get the stations from 10 miles away. I actually get those from 30 miles away as well. When I set up a neighbor's TVs with indoor antennas, one only gets the stations 10 miles away and the other gets the stations that are 30 miles away. The two antennas couldn't be rotated to the same direction.)
Posted on Nov 10, 2011
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Channel Master by PCT indoor antennas are designed to provide optimum reception of
UHF / VHF and FM signals. These antennas have 75 ohm outputs, which allow simple,
hassle-free connections to today's newer TV sets that have 75 ohm F type connector
Simply attach one end of the supplied 6' cable with F connectors to the output of the
antenna (Fig.1). Attach the other end of the cable to the input of the TV set or VCR
(Fig. 2). Some adjustment of the antenna might be necessary for optimum viewing.
Model CM-4030 includes a built-in amplifier and separate power supply.
1. Follow the same steps as above for antenna to TV / VCR hookup. Note : Model
CM-4030 also allows for two set / VCR hookups with its unique dual output feature.
2. Insert the power injector into the back of the antenna (Fig. 3). Plug in the power
transformer to the closest electrical outlet (Fig. 4).
Google 4030 Channel Master Instruction Sheet for the PDF File with the diagram.
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prohibido por ley.
Fig 1 VCR
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