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I have a tf-t6211hdpvr and when it is hooked up it is making the tv loose channels i have changed the aerial cable and it still does it and when it comes on to record something the tv looses channels

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Try going into the setup menu and make sure the ANT input is set to cable. Then look for Auto Program or Channel Setup and let it scan and find all the channels it can receive. After it's done you should be able to go up and down through the channels.

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SOURCE: Sanyo tv making high pitch noise from loose cable connector

The noise is coming from the fly-back transformer. By moving the cable connector you move the main board. Unplug the TV and remove the back. The transformer has a red wire going to a rubber cup at the top of the picture tube. Looking at the transformer you will see a dough nut shape with a metal piece going through it .. Drive some tooth picks between the dough nut and the metal core. That should reduce or stop the ringing.

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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Have you tried pressing the INPUT button on the remote; try pressing it up to 3 different times because I believe it sequences 2 or 3 times. With mine, hooked up to my RCA TV, 1st push puts it in Line1 on a blank blue screen, 2nd push shows Line 2 on a blank blue screen, and 3rd push brings it back to my TV with my satellite picture showing.

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Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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SOURCE: loose cable connection plug

If the coax input on the tv is loose your never going to get a good connection because its barely recieving the signal. If the coax input on the tv is strong and does not move back and forth even a little then its probably the cable box if not hooked up to a cable box then call the cable company and they need to figure out why your not getting strong enough of a signal.

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SOURCE: tv only gets lower channels

Go to settings manual, go to tuner mode, select CATV, than do an auto-programming or auto channel scan and you will be set.
Make sure it is not set to AIR

Posted on May 10, 2009

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