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Tv says no signal lost all channels , tv does not go through broad band so no bow

tv says no signal lost all channels , tv does not go through broad band so no bow

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Not a lot of detail in your question so start with the basics - do you have good connections to the TV and outlet. Is the signal confirmed good at the outlet? Is the TV set for the correct input? Beyond that it could be the tuner card in the TV. Confirm the easy stuff first before looking into the internal TV parts.

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There is a problem with your t-con board it is the one that transfer image and get the signal from the logic board if this is faulty or not receiving signal to logic board it will produce gray and white screen try to check the 5volts dc supply and the 12volts supply if you are familiar with the electronic components and have proper equipment you can do it by your self but if not you can contact a technician to do it for you and save you from stress because this problem must be done in actual testing of the unit to check the real source of the trouble. Good day and best regards.

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  • For watching DTV signals, you will need an antenna that provides good reception of both VHF signals (channels 2-13) and UHF signals (channels 14-51) to reliably receive all of the digital signals broadcast in your area.
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