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Auto channel search ... how?

Get to channel search and no further

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Refer its user manual for details.
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SOURCE: Auto Channel Search

sounds like the tuner section of the main pcb isn't working properly.

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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SOURCE: auto channel search.

Check the r/c[remote control] for ' fresh ' batterys.
Do you have " air wave " reception? or cable connection?
air wave reception will scan but cable reception can't scan because the channel is 'fixed' at ch.3 or ch.4.

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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SOURCE: Auto Channel Search places all channels in Skip

check the agc line from the tuner is functioning properly, if the agc signal , is not reaching the processor it will register that channel as being inactive and lock it out, there is not much circuit to contend with so a multimeter should do the trick to trace down the fault, you should find AGC marked on the board where the tuner modual is mounted.. i suggest obtaining a service manual to do the job good luck

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SOURCE: user manual auto search for channel

You can find the user manual at www.retrevo.com

Posted on Dec 26, 2010

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