The screen goes snowe no sound ,i restart then shows some channels mostly on low numbers but when I move to higher channels the same occurs it drops the channel ,cable co. checked lines and splitters they are o.k. any suggestions please. bill
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Re: TV. dpops channes
Bill, your set has a bad tuner, only fix for that is to R & R the tuner, 2nd option would be to use your vcrs tuner input and then RCA out cables from vct to input on back of tv, If you have never done this re-post and I`ll walk you through it, let me know, BMW Rider
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Check the connection at the back of the TV. During moving, any of them might got loose. Check it. As the TV has snow and hissing sound, there is no fault with it. The fault must be to the cable or antenna connections.
The tuner of the TV is likely bad. Try hooking up a vcr (if available ) and changing channels with it (using video inputs on tv if available).
If you can confirm that the cable is good (by trying another tv) then the problem is with the tuner of the TV- get estimate from repair shop.
if you are using a digital converter along with a standard tv , you have one volume level low making the unbalance sound a humming sound, if it is directlly into your tv, check your settings on your tv bass, trebile, by the sound of it you probably have a digital converter , if this is so, raise the volume of your TV to mid point that raise /lower your volume on the converter and it should be fine, also make sure your ouput channel is not the same as your broadcast channel in your area, example,,if your area uses channel 3 for broadcast, set your rf output to chann 4 , and vice versa.
You can't "select" channel 70, nor can you talk on channel 70. Channel 70 is reserved for the exchange of digital data between radios.
And it is not possible to address an "emergency" (do you mean distress? or urgency?) message to an individual recipient.
Your radio is not allowing you to do any of these things because it has been (correctly) programmed to discourage you from doing things that would be illegal.
If you set up a routine call with your friend (or anyone else), you should find that once the two radios have completed their (almost instantaneous) exchange on Channel 70, they will both switch to whichever working channel you had selected, and he will get a beeping sound to tell him that there is an incoming call.
Sounds to me like both radios are doing exactly what they are supposed to.
Sounds like U have an antenna or feeder problem. Get it checked out/ check it out. If in a strong signal area, try a simple indoor antenna for comparison. If in a marginal reception area, it could be your antenna is inadequate.
Go into your setup menu and choose channel program or auto scan. The TV should look for and program active channels into its memory at this time. When it is finsihed you should be able to surf normally. Otherwise you should be able to access the channels directly by entering the channel number on the rmote control.
Although you did not mention what the make, model number or type of TV it is, I will assume that you are using a cable or satellite box, and the most common reason for what you are seeing is the TV is on the wrong channel. Using the TV's remote, make sure the TV is on channel 3. Most of the time that is all you need to do.