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Sva vr 20 NO SIGNAL

I cant get TV to show picture Its stuck on no signal

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Is it displaying NO SIGNAL on the screen? If it is and you use another source for video, such as RCA, Component or other inputs, then your TUNER is bad.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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