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I hav a teac hdr2700t when we connect it there is no signal from any channels. The old tuner picks up all the channels fine so it is not the antenna. It switches on fine and loads all the channels but will not show them. Trying to access the main menu wont happen as it will not appear on the screen. We have it on the right avi as it loads on the screen which you can see then nothing. not sure what to do

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It sounds like the TV justs has a insufficient internal antenna system. If you can put an external antenna on this sytem do so just to test it.

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SOURCE: my tv wont pick up any channels

have you switch the broadcast to Air from Cable using the remote go to this and also let it scan for channels auto...hopefully this will do the trick

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YES HAS INTEGRATED HD TUNER HOOKUP ANTENNA THEN RUN AUTOPROGRAM FOR DIGITAL CHANNELS IN THE MENU

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SOURCE: I have a Vizio VW42LF TV that is 2 yrs old.

The TV processor could have some garbage in it do to a small power surge and if you leave your TV unplug for 40MIN., then that will reset it bad to normal, and if tuner still looks snowy and not getting channels, then the tuner, or main TV module needs replaced.

Posted on Dec 19, 2010

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SOURCE: We have a TEAC HDR2700T

It might have be hit by a small power surge and if you unplug the the signal source and the TV from the wall and leave them unplug form4 0 MIN., then it will reset back to normal.

Posted on Dec 21, 2010

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