Symphonic 20" television will only get three local channels
My television was working perfectly. I live in North Carolina and I was able to get channels 4, 5, 11, 17, 22, 28 and 50. All of a sudden I can now only get channels 4, 5, and 11. None of the other 4 will come in . They just show snow. One day how ever I tried adding channels and went up in the 90's and got a picture for a brief moment on what appeared to be a Hispanic channel. Please help
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I suspect your tv has gone back to air and should be in cable mode; you will have to go into menu where channel programming takes place. Select cable and autoprogram; it should pick up the missing channels.
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Turn on the component you wish to sync to your universal
remote--your television, DVD player, VCR or stereo.
Point the remote at the device you are programming and press
the corresponding device button on the remote. These buttons are labeled
"TV," "VCR", "DVD," etc. Hold the device button for three to five
Push the power button on the remote. This should turn on the
device that you are syncing.
Push the "Channel Up" or "Channel
Down" button on your remote gradually until the device that you are
programming shuts off.
Press "OK" or "Enter" on the remote once the synced device
Press the device button for the component you just
programmed, and hit the power button while pointing the remote at the
component. If programmed correctly, the device should turn on, and you
should be able to control it with your Living Solutions Universal
this can happen with the flyback transformer's brightness which can be adjusted , also the power transformer can make humming or buzzing sounds which can't be adjusted , also this can happen with the picture tube or the CRT board failing , and sometimes chips with heat sinks or the IC's themselfs