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Re: sanyo 32" television
If the picture is OK with DVD and VCR, then perhaps the problem lies elsewhere other than the TV. It could either be your: 1. aerial antenna or 2. cable connection.
Aerials can re re-oriented/realigned to improve reception or reduce interference while the cable would require that you get in touch with your cable provider. In some instances cable problems could be loose connector at the back of the TV. Additionally, interference can be caused by other electrical/electronic devices. Past experience has shown me that even a 2-Stroke lawn mover/grass cutter has these effects.
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You did not say if you have raster on the picture tube when TV is turned on. If yes, to confirm any problem with the TV tuner section, connect a DVD player, VCR or A/V output of another TV to the A/V input of your defective TV. If you get picture, problem is with the TV tuner.
If you have an old vcr hook the dvd player to the inputs on back of the vcr (RCA jacks) Run a coax cable from the "out" on the vcr to the back of tv. Turn the tv on channel 4 or 3 then put a tape in the vcr and push record then pause it. Or if the vcr has a tv/video button you can push or activate it and it should allow the dvd to play through to the tv.
If u think that it has some thing to do with the remote control of the TV or the DVD player then firstly u must change the picture quality of the screen from higher to lower or vice versa. If this doesn't works then try playing an audio CD and then see if it is working. If it is played on the System then there is a problen with your Television and if it is not played then the DVD player is corrupt.
EC means euro connector, I.E. Scart socket. For some reason there is no video signal coming out of the scart cable/out of the VCR or being displayed on the TV. Try plugging the scart plug into a different scart socket and see if that helps.
It sounds to me as if possibly ya Main IC Amp Chip & OR the Output Capacitors are failing... Sometimes it is a sign of a power supply on it's way out... Either way it's time for a repair shop quote.
Either that or it may be the speakers crossovers... to check this, if you can, try another set of speaker... see if problem is still there. If it IS, then it IS most probably as I said above.. If NOT then it may be one or both of the "Crossover Network" in each speaker...
If the new player you hooked up is causing the spit screen then you have to go into the set up menu in the DVD player and take it out of prograssive scan.. Its in the wrong fornmat for your TV set. good Luck
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