Question about Spectroniq Protron PLTV-32 32 in. Plasma Television
While trying to solve a problem with HDMI, I hit reset all. In doing so, I lost all my DTV channels from my antenna. Now, my DTV shows no signal so I can't scan the channels. What do I do to get back?
When you reset your television, all the stations wiped out automatically, the main solution is for you to search for the stations either manually or automatically by selecting the (TV/AV) channel and search for the wiped channel one after the other.
To get your DTV signal uninstall the DTV and reinstall it back.
If that does not work, it means the whole DTV channels have been wiped off.
Reinstall the Antenna and turn on the television, select the channel your antenna works with from the remote (press the input button or the AV/TV button as it may imply on your television) and see if the channels are not there, you will have to search them one after the other either manually or automatically, save the stations and your Channels will be back, one after the other.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
When I encounter people trying to solve HDMI-related problem, I invariably, immediately recommend switching over to component cabling. The picture is better, and there are far less issues with both HDCP and resolution switching issues.
That said, on to the problem you requested help about:
First I recommend you unplug all signal and power cables to your set and walk away for a good ten minutes. This ought to reset the brain inside your TV into thinking it is being setup for the first time. Reconnect the antenna, power and signal cabling, turn your set on, and run through the Auto Search function of your TV's on screen display setup menus, taking care that 'AIR' is selected as your TV's Tuner Mode (it will have most likely reverted back to 'CABLE'). This ought to help it find your antenna's DTV channels.
I hope that helps.
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Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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