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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sony rabbit ears
The "Horse Shoe Like Ends" on the leads are installed under the Screws marked ANTENNA and then the screws tightened. If No Screws then your Rabbit Ears do not hook directly to this TV. Is there a connector comming out of the back that is Threaded? If YES, then this is your antenna connector (R59) and will require an Adapter for the rabbit ears. Available at Radio Shack.
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
SOURCE: TV won't work with rabbit ears
You must change the input on the system to be AIR/Antenna , the way it was before was set to cable/dish/DTV.
The tv sees the input different.
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
SOURCE: Magnavox TB 100 MW9
Analog signals have nothing to do with your problem. Make sure that the TV is set channel is set to 3 or 4 (cf read of Converter box for channel switch). The TV received signal from Converter box on Channel 3 (or AV Cables if you have them)
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
Digital channels require a really strong signal to work well compared to analog. Can you get any analog channels through the tv itself? You will probably need to get a large antenna mounted outside to get these channels to work especially if you are a distance outside the city from where the broadcast is coming from. Sorry for the bad news. It is one of the bad things about the digital transition.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
First, make sure your connections are right. The rabbit ears need to be disconnected from the TV and reconnected to the converter box. Then the output cable from the converter box connects to the TV. Then try turning the rabbit ears or re-locating them near a window if the wire is long enough. You should be able to get some signal. A newer indoor antenna may help you pull in some of the weaker stations.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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