HELP!!!! I have tried everything. I have had this TV for about a year and I have rolling lines on about 5-7 channels (i.e. 25 (VS), 36 (TBS), 59, 62, etc...) I have checked cable wires and other TVs and the problem is only on this TV. Any suggestions?
I have the same problem with an Emerson 19" TV. My set is in a bedroom and there are no other appliances near it. It only rolls on the ABC channel. All the other sets in the house are okay on this and all channels.There is no button anywhere to stop this problem. We have unplugged it for 30 minutes to see if it would readjust itself and it has not. Now what do you suggest?
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hit your TV lightly on left side or right side or on top & then observe ..........you will get normal picture or it comes & again it goes....if it is happening like that then following is the situation..........after 4 or 5 yrs in some TVs on main board (also on circuit board that is fixed to CRT TUBE ) at some soldering joints crack develops....then due to loose contact picture becomes small in size or disappears or rolls ( in your case )...........when we hit that lightly then those loose contacts joins temporarly & again picture appears for some time............so solution is ......TV main board should be observed carefully & most of the joints should be re-soldered.......only a good service engineer can do that........even after hitting TV lightly if there is no response then main board has to be checked completely........in your case iam sure it is loose connection problem.........joints should be re - soldered ...100% it works again................this problem cannot be solved by user unless user has idea about components( resisitors, transisitors, diodes,...etc) , have soldering iron , multimeter & other tools....................so contact good TV service engineer
cant help you there, Most TV's have a little flap you lift up to access a little wheel and switch that has 4 regions you start at 1 and roll the wheel till a station is found and is cleasr to view. then move on to the next set of switch and wheel to rotate that to get a different channel. If your TV does not have this manual input then you can only do it from either the remote or some buttons on the TV itself
The remote would need to reprogrammed for the other devices. It loses its programming when the batteries are replaced. There may be a model number on the back of the remote or under the battery cover. With that information you can probably find the instructions on the manufacturer's website. Or you can purchase another remote if all else fails. They're pretty inexpensive.
There's nothing the remote can do that would affect your TV unless you hit one of the buttons, possibly switching to another input. Unplug the set and let it sit a few minutes. Plug it back in and go through the initial setup again. This should bring everything back to normal for you.
If you're still having problems, please post a followup comment and I'll try to help more.
Sounds like the power supply has a bad capacitor. This problem can inject excessive 60 hz from the AC line into the vertical stabilizing picture system. The hum also my come from the same reason, bad or leaking filter capacitors. Cheaper just to buy a new TV or borrow another TV and connected to your system to see if the problem still occurs.
you have cable and the stations are still snowy? could be tuner do you have a box or directly hooked up to tv, try unhooking box if you have one and directly hook it up to tv if you havent already done so
What you have described is definitely some form of Electrical Interference. Interference can come from a variety of causes. Is the Cable Inputting the Cable Box close to some High Voltage Electrical Lines? Or Are you located near some Electrical Power Station? Or A Police station, where the Radio Transmitter of the Police Station causing the Interference? As I said, there are a variety of reasons. Also, Try to check if the connector is loose at the rear of the Cable Box, or at the rear of the TV.
You will have to eliminate every possibility reason.
Wish i could help further.