Question about Vizio E552VL 55" 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV
I recently dropped Satellite TV and put up a Whinguard 100 mile Antenna with a rotor. When ever I rotate the antenna I have to do an auto scan to pick up any stations from that direction. I would like to put stations manually into memory so when I rotate the antenna all I have to do is go to the channel I put in manually.
Not sure if your TV is digital or analog, but I think an analog TV does not have the ability to perform auto scan, so you may be able to manually input the channels. As a kid, my dad installed a rotary antenna, and as it rotated and TV pictures displayed on the screen, dad noted the specific spot on the rotary unit; and every time we turned the set on, we just pointed the arrow on the dial on the unit to where dad noted what the channel number was on the unit, and the antenna turned toward that direction, and the pictured appeared on the screen.
Posted on Nov 25, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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you cann not hook an antenna and cable to a splitter together and expect it to work
the only way that will work , if your tv had two tunners Try doing a scan with cable
only on the cable setting
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
The TV processor could have some garbage in it do to a small power surge and if you leave your TV unplug for 40MIN., then that will reset it bad to normal, and if tuner still looks snowy and not getting channels, then the tuner, or main TV module needs replaced.
Posted on Dec 19, 2010
Try with the remote to direct enter the channel number (with the number buttons and or enter) If set makes it there go into menu for option to manually add it to the set memory.
Not likely a problem with your set.
Posted on Dec 17, 2012
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