Question about Televison & Video
I have a 1986 SONY TRINITRON COLOR TV KV20TS20 that I am having trouble setting up for cable. The cable line is hooked into the TV but I still just get the regular channels and they seem to jump up and down, lots of static.
SOURCE: Audio has a lot of static
You can possibly diagnose the problem by trying a different speaker,it does not have to be the same shape as the original but it has to have the same amount of resistance (ohms),radio shack might have one that you can try or one from a broken radio ,if you use one with different value it might not sound as loud but we are trying to see if you hear the static or is gone.You need to unplug the unit from the wall,remove the back cover and locate the speaker,disconect the wires and reconect the one to try then plug the set and turn it on,the antenna will need to be reconected too.Is the most simple test you can do without getting in too deep.Let Us know how it goes by a way of a new question or if you need more information.
Posted on Nov 01, 2006
SOURCE: Sony Trinitron Tv
Stop by any TV repair shop in your area, and ask to borrow a used original Sony remote, they may require a small deposit; access the menu, perform your set up, then return it. Or you could buy a universal Sony remote from Walmart that should work just fine, for about. $7.00.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 08, 2007
SOURCE: TV Snow and Static Sound
Sound like its all cabled wrong So its from the source, (wall satalight Whatever ) to VCR in then VCR out to TV, Now when the VCR fires up it tunes the RF output to Chanel 4 and has a strong signal, that over rides just about every thing. Simply way to stop this is one of two ways, press the TV/VCR button on the VCR, or simply turn off the VCR to let the signal pass through.
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
Try turning down (off) the color during such an episode. If the image is tinted pink or green instead of black and white when you do this,you have either an intermittent short in your CRT (tube), which is terminal,or a gun drive problem, which may be repairable. If you're feeding it component instead of composite signal,it may just be a bad connection of the B-Y cable.
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
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