Question about Televison & Video
Your tuner (in the tv menu) is probably still set on "cable", but it should be set on "off air" or "antenna". When you first turn it on, it looks for a cable signal and when it can't find one, it automatically searches for an "off air" or "antenna" signal. Once it finds a signal, then it stays on and runs ok. If you shut it off, then it has to go thru all this again.
There is a very high probability that this is your problem (about a 99.99% chance). Just go into your menu and select "tuner" or tuning or "input select" or something in that "neighborhood". Different TVs call it different names, so just put in on the option other than "cable". If you ever get cable back again, then, of course, you have to go back into your menu and set the tuner to "cable. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
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