We just moved our TV to another part of our apartment, and had to activate a previously dormant TV cable socket. When the TV cable is connected to the cable box, there are sparks indicating high voltage. However, there are no sparks when we remove the HDMI cable that connects to our TV. Have you come across this kind of situation before?
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If the TV has a scart socket then you should be able to connect it via a scart lead to TV from the VCR. Apart from feeding an aerial lead to the VCR first then out from it to the TV aerial socket it should work fine.
Tv is missing a color green,recheck ur tv Ant.hole coaxial cable input.Take the cable apart and reconnect to the Ant.hole again see if this help?Not make a fist with ur hand bang on the tv back cover frame see if the color green come back or flashes?Yes,than the tv CRT video board that is connected to the CRT- picture tube have cold soldering joints around it video board connections sockets,require resoldering the socket joints connections between the CRT video board and CRT tube connections socket.U have tools like a soldering iron,a roll of solders and can do basic soldering work?Yes,this problems just require resoldering that it.
just turn on both the dvd player and your tv set...then set your tv program into AV mode or INPUT mode,and connect the RCA cables from the output of the dvd player into the input socket of the tv system...be sure that the colors or the RCA wires must correspond to the two sockets namely the the OUTPUT adn the INPUT..you can now activate your dvd player!!!
Look at the back of your TV. Make sure your cable is hooked up to connector on far right, NOT the far left. (For analog cable TV.)
Push "source" button on remote or side of TV to cycle through TV inputs. Wait one second between pushes. You want to stop just before the source that displays "AV" on TV screen. It should show a number, for the current channel number.
If you are using an analog cable box, try setting the TV channel to 3 or 4. If you use no cable box, try changing channels on TV to find an active one. If no luck, make sure your cable service is active (subscription active). Cable companies disconnect it between residents of an apartment/house.