Question about Motorola Televison & Video
This is a hardware failure - a part inside your tv has failed - not a settings or adjustments problem. The analog signal is detected and processed by a separate tuner - this is why you are still capable of seeing the digital channels, it uses another one. The analog tuner, from inside the tv, must be replaced. Call a repairman , there's nothing more you can do.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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