My problem is i get all the channels for about 5 to 10 minutes or so but then my cable cuts out and so i turn the tv off and turn it back on and it does the same cylce again. so i had my cable connections checked and its not my cable connections so what could it be? help......?
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Re: Cable for my manavox 15mf400t/37
The tuner and or the IF sections in the TV are going defective, or there is a power supply distribution fault that is effecting the TV's front end. One or both modules, or a board may need to be changed.
Take the set to the Philips authorized service to verfiy and fault and have an estimate.
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The good news is that the "No Input Signal" message means that your TV is not broken. If you are trying to watch cable, then you have simply turned the TV to the wrong input channel. If your cable comes into the Philips using a coaxial cable wire, use the Philips remote to change the channel to Ch.3 or 4 - whichever channel you normally watch cable on. Make sure the cable box is turned on if you have a cable box. If the cable box connects to the TV using another type of wire, use the Ch+/- on the Philips remote and go through all the AV channels until you find the right one. Good luck! Let me know if you need additional help.
no i havent a solution yet. am waiting to hear from Philips support & Customer Care by email or phone. I cannot afford to pay you people just to ask a question that i probably could not understand the answer anyway. I know my tv just stopped working and I think it was the manufacturers problem. Like i said it was not an old tv.
Check the instrucitons to verify if the channel table is pre-setable to designate your own numbers.
Most TV sets have an autoprogramming for the channels. Look in the menu for the auto programming and let the set re-program the channels if your set has that option. This feature will re-program the channals, and re-set their defaults.
If the channels are not able to be pre-setable to a custom table, then this indicates that there is a pre-scaling fault in the tuner or in the uPC. In this case, the set will need service.
once a signal falls below a certain threshold the color will be lost. some sets are more sensitive to this loss. if you see static in the picture on any of the channels then the cable is leaking and needs replaced /tightened. if a local air broadcast is leaking into a same cable channel on the cable you will get poor to no reception on that channel. for example : he we have a local channel 7 on the air. if i tune to cable 7 and see a weak or distorted pic then the cable is leaking and needs replaced.