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We can't hook up our phone line to our tv it knock's out our dsl

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You need a DSL line filter. You can find them for sale online or at your local Radio Shack. Here is one at a good price online.

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Colors dont line up


Hi there,

This is a common issue with Rear Projection TV's, especially after they have been transported or knocked.

You need to carry out a procedure called: CONVERGENCE

Go into your tv's menu and there should be a Convergence option.
Follow the instructions and it will show you how to line up the RED, GREEN & BLUE lines together. Save your settings before exiting the menu.

If done accurately, your picture should improve dramatically.

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Jun 16, 2011 | RCA P52937 52" Rear Projection Television

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Our first tv has a booster amplifier on the coaxial cable, i have purchase a new tv and need to know what product i need to us to attached the new tv's coaxial cable too. We have used a splitter box, but...


To have good picture quality you need zero DB (decibels) for one TV without a splitter. You can use and inline amplifier for each individual TV hooked up to the cable input with a output leg connected to each TV. If your house in wired in parallel (one main input hooked up to a splitter with all of the other TV's run off of the splitter) you can use a whole house amplifier hooked up inline between the input line and the splitter. If you house is wired in series (the input goes to the first outlet, then splitter to second outlet and so forth) each splitter knocks your signal levels down 50% each splitter. Amplifier placement depends on how the home is wired and how many TV's are in the home. Splitters can be either balanced (50/50 split) or imbalanced (75/25) etc. On a two way splitter 75% of the signal goes out one leg, while 25% goes out the other (usually for FM transmissions). If you have a three way splitter the signal is divided by the number of output legs. Splitters do go bad as well (sometimes only one leg). You can also buy an amp that is multi- port (which splits the signal and amplifies in one unit/ one input and 2,3,4 outputs). Amplifiers are electric and there is no way that the splitter can interrupt the power that would take all the signal away. If you meant that it drops the signal level so the picture is unacceptable, that's different. If you have another splitter in the house try using that one, the other might be bad. All in all you can purchase most anything you need at a Radio Shack and are very inexpensive. Amps can be purchased in different gains (boost). +10db, etc. I cannot believe that your cable company is giving you such minimal signal that 1. you need an amp?, and 2. that one splitter drops your picture to nothing? Your line extenders (amps for the lines that feed your neighborhood) might have problems or need adjustment by the lazy, cheap, cable co. also. I had problems with my cable company (when I had one) my modem would not stay online. 4 months later, they diagnosed the problem and my drop (RG56 cable line that feeds my home from their tap in the cable box outside) was bad. My friend could stay online and 2 months later comcast adjusted their amps (line extenders) in the neighborhood and then he was fine. I know this is a lot to digest, but I'm just trying to draw a clear picture so you can understand it all. I hope this helps and good luck!
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Nov 07, 2009 | Projection Televisions

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When I hook up my cable box to ant a or ant b I get static, but when hooked up to inputs 1-3 I receive a good signal.


Call a good TV Tech and tell him your TV's Tuner is not working. He can then give you an accurate estimate to repair by phone.There is likely an open resistor / fuse that is not letting power get to the Tuners. That is a 31 volt DC power line to the Tuners.

Jul 30, 2009 | Mitsubishi WS-65857 65" Rear Projection...

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CANNOT USE MY TV UNLESS CABLE BOX OR DVD PLYER IS ON


Your TV sounds like its signal board has went out and will need replaced (This is the most common cause of the problems you describe!)
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Jan 03, 2009 | Mitsubishi WS-55809 55" Rear Projection...

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When turn on tv. there a bright line in the middle of TV. After knocked the Tv. The picture will appear. Low weather is high problem


you have a bad solder connection that will need a new solder job , and it could be on the tuner or on the vertical IC

Nov 25, 2008 | Projection Televisions

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I have a 1995 nagnavox tv and i cannot figure out how to hook it up to a dvd player. There doesn't seem to be a hook up of any sort. help me?


If you have a VCR you can run the video out from the dvd player to the input of the vcr. then run the vcr coax cable to your tv. You have to set the tv on channel 3 and the vcr to line in. You set the vcr to line in either by scrolling the channel down button below ch 2 (the display will say "LINE") or find the "input" button on the vcr's remote control and scroll through the inputs untill you see your dvd movie playing.

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I need help!


88Amber, are you sure your connecting the cable to Antenna input? many tv`s have more than one screw on connector on the back of the set, your menu may be set to "Antenna 1 " and it`s possible you have the cable attatched to Antenna 2, check your hook-up with a flashlight, hope this helps

Nov 27, 2007 | JVC HD-52G886 52" Rear Projection HDTV

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Sony prjection tv 5 years old hardly used eithier


has the set been knocked or had a bang in any way, these rear projection tvs are very tempermentle to slight knocks, as you can knock the crts out of line, also the crts have a cooling gel that is located on the top of them, these after a while cloud up causing a very poor picture, if this is the case, then they will have to be replaced, just have a quick look at them you will be able to see if its the gel problem, look directly down on the crts (MAKE SURE THE SET IS TURNED OFF THOUGH), hope this is of some assistance.

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