Tuners are a big source of problems on this model, i may suggest using your cable or sat box as the tuner by going from the video out of the cable or sat box to the video input on the tv, select video on tv and let the cable box or the sat box act as the tuner, if you are using outside ant then use a vcr as your tuner to the set. this is a easy and cheep way to fix your problem.
hope this helps ya.
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Re: only get about 4 channels
Make sure in the on screen menu that the tuner is set for CABLE or AIR
depending on whether you have cable or an antenna. The channel
frequencies are the same for ch 2 thru ch 13 but everthing above that
is different depending on your source.
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Roku has variety of channels including music channels. Roku's music channels feature popular streaming apps along with music and videos in every imaginable genre, including classics.
• Tiny Desk Concerts
• TuneIn Radio
• Amazon Music
• Classic Country Music
local channels are usually below a channel 1000. they are always on same assigned channel. If your cable box or tv has it, it has option to not display channels with no service on them. you can't reassign the channel numbers. they are channels but not being displayed.
Press MODE to select the setting you want to change.
The normal display is replaced by the adjustable setting.
Use the + and - buttons to adjust the settings.
These are the settings you can change.
1. Main Channel (1-14)
2. Sub Channel (1-38)
3. Channel Scan (ON/OFF)
4. Sub Channel Scan (ON/OFF)
5. Button Confirmation Tone and Roger Beep ON/OFF)
6. Vox (OFF, ON LO, ON HI) (psc[communicate wxonly)
When you have proceeded through all adjustable settings, the normal display will reappear. Or, press TALK at any time to return to the normal display.
select main channel
There are 14 main channels.
To select main channels:
1. Press MODE until CHAN is displayed.
2. Press + and - keys to select the main channel. select sub channel:
Each main channel has 38 sub channels, sometimes called
CTCSS channels. Select one of these sub channels to transmit
on a channel that is free from traffic. To select sub channels:
1. Press MODE until SUB CHAN is displayed
2. Press + and - keys to select the sub channel.
Note :If you select channel "0," you will be able to receive transmissions from all the sub channels of the main channel you selected.
Channel Lockout You can lock out a channel so it is not scanned. Channel Lockout does not erase the frequency from the channel. You can lock out up to 50 channels, including the Priority channel. Lockout information is retained in the memory when the scanner is turned off.To Lock out a Channel Example: Suppose you want to lock out Channel 2 because it stops on transmissions you don't want to hear.Press LOCKOUT when the scanner stops on Channel 2.The scanner locks out Channel 2, Then it immediately advances to the next channel that is not locked out, and resumes scanning.In the Manual mode, press LOCKOUT to lock out the displayed channel. Pressing LOCKOUT does not advance to the next channel in Manual mode.L/O appears in the display to indicate the displayed channel is locked out.Whenever you want to search for channels that are locked out, press MANUAL repeatedly to go through all 50 channels. If a channel is locked out, L/O appears in the display.Restore a Locked Out Channel To unlock a channel so that it can be monitored during scanning:1. Press MANUAL repeatedly to find the locked out channel.2. Press LOCKOUT again to unlock the displayed channel. L/O no longer appears in the display.Restore All Locked Out Channel To unlock all channels, you must be in the Manual Mode.1. Press MANUAL. 2. Press and hold LOCKOUT to unlock all channels. The L/O indicator goes out on any channel previously locked out.
Also have a 42" Toshiba and had the same problem, then had issues moving the channel order while some channels were set to skip.
What I ended up doing was retuning the tv. Then went through the channel list (Menu -> Setup -> DTV Setting -> Channels) and changed the number of the channels I didn't want to 1000+ (using the red button, ie 1001, 1002, 1003...). This in itself does not change the channel order, but when I then move these channels to the end of the channel list and because they are numbered numerically I can be sure I don't miss any.
Next I went to the channel options (Menu -> Setup -> DTV Setting -> Channel Options) and marked all the channels I'd moved to the end of the list as channels to skip and locked. This does not remove the channels from the EPG but it does move them to the end of the list and when scrolling with the channel +/- buttons these channels will not be selected.
Ideally I would also like to delete channels such as QVC etc altogether and would love to know if anyone has a more effective solution to this issue.
these are FRS radios, and use only the 14 FRS channels within the GMRS band. they will not operate on the other GMRS channels in the GMRS band.
FRS Channel Frequency Assignments:
Channel 1: 462.5625mhz
Channel 2: 462.5875mhz
Channel 3: 462.6125mhz
Channel 4: 462.6375mhz
Channel 5: 462.6625mhz
Channel 6: 462.6875mhz
Channel 7: 462.7125mhz
Channel 8: 467.5625mhz
Channel 9: 467.5875mhz
Channel 10: 467.6125mhz
Channel 11: 467.6375mhz
Channel 12: 467.6625mhz
Channel 13: 467.6875mhz
Channel 14: 467.7125mhz