Question about Emerson Televison & Video
Ir is not cost effective when you can get a new one nowadays real cheap along with a new warranty.
Posted on Apr 09, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have a bad tuner you can replace it or use vcr if you still have one around. hook it up with av cable like your ps2 and hook your cable to it and use it to change channels. If you want to replace the tuner it will require soldering and you will have to order it somewhere. i would try partsore.com. The tuner is the metal can the cable goes into inside the tv.
Posted on May 12, 2007
SOURCE: how to run channel auto scan
Okay here's how you do it. Sadly they buried this DEEP in the user guide and I stumbled across it -
Press the TV Menu button then with the < or > arrows scroll to the Channel menu. From there you can select the auto scan.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
You need to replace the microprocessor. GoodLuck there is 52 pins to unsolder and resolder a new one. The price for the chip may bee about $35
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
My (otherwise great...) DTX9900 converter box died with these same
symptoms. (Units green LED flashes continuously and unit is dead)
Upon inspecting the unit I located a blown electrolytic capacitor on it's power supply board. After replacing the blown capacitor the converter has worked fine. A blown capacitor can be identified visually. The canister's top will be expanded out instead of flat. Just compare all of the caps. Look for any that are not flat on top. Blown caps will usually be discolored. The bad cap in my unit was a 330uf / 16v - 105c value cap. I replaced it with a slightly superior brand 330uf / 25v - 105c cap.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
It means the TV does not receive signal from the box. Try the follow step to isolate the problem.
Use the same HDMI cable from cable box and hook up to another TV that has HDMI input (if any). If it works fine (picture and sound), HDMI cable no problem. If it does not, problem might come either from the cable box or HDMI. You may have to buy another one. If it still does not, call the cable box or the Best buy guy. Hope it helps.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
Testimonial: "Swapping cables didn't work so I called the cable company, walked me through resetting the box, which seems to have solved the problem. Thanks."
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