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I just purchased a Dynex DX-26LD150A11 television to replace my failed Toshiba and it only gets about 2/3 of the channels my old on did. Also, the picture, though crystal clear in the BestBuy store, is a bit fuzzy. I am connected to the same coax connection as my old TV. It selects channel by doing an auto-scan, and I have done it a couple of times. I have adjusted the sharpness setting on the TVs menu back and forth with no improvement in the picture quality. Is there something I am missing?

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  • Corky Akins Mar 26, 2011

    Okay, I can find no mention of sub channels on page 14 or any other, but I tried adding all of the decimal points on channel numbers that I used to have and got nothing. Pressing the guide button only mentioned the channel that I was on and it said nothing about any subs being available. Having it do an auto-scan again, it found 69 RF channels, 20 analog and no digital. Tightened up the coax connection on each end, and it may have helped slightly.

  • Corky Akins Mar 26, 2011

    It is antenna.

  • Corky Akins Mar 26, 2011

    Interesting. When I go to favorites, it gives me channel 2-23, but I cannot get channel 23. I had many channels between 23 and 69 before...... Thanks so much for your help though... Not sure what the deal is.

  • Corky Akins Mar 27, 2011

    Okay.... torn between I am really dim-witted, or you are just seeing something I do not redundant eh). First, why would I hit 2 and then 2.3 to get to 23? I tried it anyway and it did nothing. Next, I'll be darned if I can find a control key on my remote.

  • Corky Akins Mar 27, 2011

    Oops...I misread. My old eyes saw "CH+" as CTL+ Sorry about that. The channel in favorites that will not play is 23.0 and I cannot find a combination of numbers or decimals that will make it play. Still have not idea why 23-69 (or most of them anyway) on my old TV will not display at all. Thanks for your patience.

  • Corky Akins Mar 27, 2011

    There are no channel names in the list. They are all empty, with just the numbers of the channels on the lift side of the screen. The number 23 looks exactly the same as 22 and the rest.

  • Corky Akins Mar 27, 2011

    Okay, I have listed on the favorites channel numbers 2.0 though 18.0, 19.0 is not there and 20.0 though 23.0. None of them have a channel name listed. Not really sure what the names of all of the channels that I am missing were, but I know 23 which is the discovery channel and 37 which is the one I watch the martial arts fights on Saturday nights is not there. 38, which is MTV is also not there.....

  • Corky Akins Mar 27, 2011

    Okay, I disconnected both ends of the coax and reinstalled (with a wrench) to make sure they were both tight. Ran the channel scan again and it is the same as before:

    Found: 20
    Digital: 0
    Analog: 20

  • Corky Akins Mar 27, 2011

    1) No, there were no numbers on digital
    2) One end is hooked to a male coax connection on a plate in the wall. I even switched it to the top such connection where before it was on the bottom one.
    3) 20...and there are no sub-channels
    4) Hitting 2.23 does nothing. It just stays on the same channel I am on.

  • Corky Akins Mar 27, 2011

    1) What I meant was I have channel starting at number 2 and ending at 23, but 23 is a blank screen.
    2) Again, there are 21 consecutive channels (but there is no 19) and 23 just shows a blank screen.
    3)No, there are not channels between 23 and 69.

  • Corky Akins Mar 27, 2011

    Okay. I just talked to Dynex and walked down all that we had done. He said that either the tuner is defective and I should try to exchange it, or.....the higher channels transmit at a higher frequency and are harder to pick up....so the new one might have the same issues. He said I could add a supplemental antenna to try and pick them up. Not really going to anything though...except round up all of the pieces to maybe put back in the box.....until I hear from you. Thanks

  • Corky Akins Mar 27, 2011

    Thanks! I have it all boxed and ready to go back. Will pick up another this afternoon, and I will not even install the stand until I hook the coax up and check to see if there is the same issue.

  • Corky Akins Mar 27, 2011

    Okay...got the new one all set up and same issue. Now, what is your advise on the antenna?

  • Corky Akins Mar 27, 2011

    lol....I knew this was going to get tough sooner or later. Heck, I don't have a clue. Will look outside for an antenna, but don't recall seeing one.

  • Corky Akins Mar 27, 2011

    Don't seen anything on the outside of the house, but there are coax connections in all of the bedrooms and downstairs as well. Must be in the attic.

  • Corky Akins Mar 27, 2011

    Okay, since I have no idea where the antenna might be, it will be trial and error. Do you think since my old TV, which weighed about 150 pounds, and must have had some different tuner strength, that I might just be able to install an inexpensive booster? What if I find the signal strength strongest in the farthest bedroom from the master bedroom (where it is currently connected) then what?....move to a different bedroom to watch television?.....lol

  • Corky Akins Mar 27, 2011

    Okay. Thanks for the time you have spent with me this weekend on this issue. I need to get a few things done before heading to bed, so I will probably have to wait until tomorrow after work to do our little experiment. As much as I hated hauling my 150 pounder down the stairs to take it to the shop to fix what might just be a capacitor failure, I appreciate the dinosaur more now. I will send another reply when I have done more testing.

  • Corky Akins Mar 28, 2011

    Okay. Turns out most of my coax plates are behind some serious furniture, but I did find one in a bedroom about 20 feet from the one it was hooked into. Hooked it up, ran the scan...and....exactly the same. 20 found no digital and 20 analog. What is your advice oh wise one...lol ?

  • Corky Akins Mar 28, 2011

    No problem at all. My not being able to watch certain things is not by any means critical. I really appreciate the time you have spent with me already. I saw how many people you have help and am quite honored to have you working with me.

  • Corky Akins Mar 28, 2011

    The Amazon one is not a bad price, but you say you do not specifically recommend it,. Is there one that you do? I have no problem spending a few bucks. Thanks

  • Corky Akins Mar 29, 2011

    Here in Toledo there is not a whole lot to choose from. Let me know your online recommendations please. Thanks

  • Corky Akins Mar 29, 2011

    Just ordered it from Amazon. It looks like it has male connections, so I guess I just need to get a double female connection of some sort to connect it to the wall. Right? I will not get here until next week.

  • Corky Akins Mar 30, 2011

    Looks like Dale's Deals

  • Corky Akins Apr 01, 2011

    Okay, as I had hoped, the "gizmo" showed up early. Plugged it in, ran the scan and no additional channels came in! It appeared like some of the channel that it would pull in were a little clearer, but about 3 of them were considerably worse! Took it off and the 3 channels cleared right up. There is an FM trap on or off switch and the results were the same either on or off. There is also an RF gain knob and the fuzzy channel cleared up a bit with I rotated it clockwise all the way, but still not as clear as without it. Now what guru?...lol

  • Corky Akins Apr 01, 2011

    I did talk to a service rep at Dynex again before I sent a message to you. He sounded like a young kid but said the problem really isn't with the TV it is with the antenna. He suggested buying an inexpensive set of rabbit-ears and a splitter and trying that. He really thinks it will solve the problem. He said that my old TV must have had an internal antenna. It that what the ATSC is all about? My old TV is ready for me to pick up and only cost $85 to repair, but I was hoping I could get this one to work and put the old one in a guest bedroom. Waiting for your further advice. I know these things happen and honestly am quite impressed with your thorough troubleshooting. S**t happens. Lol

  • Corky Akins Apr 02, 2011

    Okay, so I got the antenna and a splitter and it up along with the connection in the wall....no change. Then I just hooked up the new antenna, and it said no signal. Called my current cable company to see how many TV hookups I have in the house and they said 7! So...not really sure what is going on here. They said maybe I should schedule a service call, which costs nothing. Here I was hoping with your brain and my brawn we could figure this thing out. lol

  • Corky Akins Apr 02, 2011

    If I wasn't so embarrassed this would be nothing but funny! The wife and I are like laughing hysterically! I think I can reach out and touch the newscasters...they are so real! Now I get:

    RF 135
    Digital 68
    Analog 70

    And I have a splitter and rabbit ears connect and a doorstop signal setting by. I don't know exactly which is worse, the 30+ hours of my life wasted, or your fingertips trying in vain to solve my idiotic issue. Needless to say, I will whisper the details of how you helped me on this issue, but YELL that you are a genius!

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Hi,

I think you will find that all of your channels are still there. If you are using digital or digital and analog channels, some of the digital channels may be on "sub-channels". This is explained on page 14 of your Dynex user manual. For some channels you will need to enter the main channel number - e.g. 8 - followed by a decimal point, then the sub-channel number - e.g. 8.3

The decimal point is below the 7 key. The easiest way to check whether you have sub-channels or not is to press the GUIDE key in the top-right corner of the remote for a complete list of the digital channels.

It's difficult to determine what is causing the 'fuzzy' picture. I would advise you to disconnect the coax connection at the back of the TV, inspect it for any damage, then re-connect it. It could also be caused by interference from another electrical device. Some TVs have better interference suppression than others and it's possible that your old Toshiba was better at eliminating interference.

There is also the possibility that you bought a lemon. I suggest you concentrate on making sure you have all the channels first then we can look at possible reasons and cures for the fuzzy picture. You don't want to spend too much time (or money!) getting it right if you can't get all the channels and you end up returning it to the shop.

Please check for the digital sub-channels first then reply to me by clicking on "Add a Comment" below your question.

Regards,
BElectric

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

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  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 26, 2011

    My apologies. The information relating to sub-channels was on page 16. I was looking at the digital version and got slightly confused by the page numbering in the PDF file.






    You should also be able to check the complete list of channels and sub-channels from the favorites section in the on-screen menu. Open the MENU and select CHANNEL, then FAVORITES. This will give you a complete list of all scanned channels. You can scroll up and down using the UP/DOWN

    arrow keys on the Dynex remote.



    I'm slightly confused though. If you got 69 channels when you scanned and only 20 were analog, the other 49 must be digital. RF is not a type of channel - it simply means "radio frequency". All channels, analog or digital, are RF channels.



    What is the signal source for your TV channels - antenna or cable?



    Thanks,

    BElectric.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 26, 2011

    To get to sub-channels, you need to type the number manually using the decimal point below the number 7, i.e for 2-23, type 2 then the decimal point then 2 then 3. You need to enter all of the numbers and the decimal point fairly quickly or it will change channel before you finish entering the number.



    It does take a little bit of getting used to when you are not familiar with the system. You should also be able to get to 2-23, by pressing the number 2 key, then use the CH+ button to move through the sub-channels.



    Hope that all makes sense! Please let me know if not.


  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    I guess I didn't explain that too well.



    You don't type 2.3 for channel 23. If the channel number is listed in favorites as 2-23, you have to type 2.23 for that channel.



    2 is the main/major channel number and 23 is the sub-channel number. 23 is a sub-channel of channel 2. You have to type the full 2.23 using the number keys and the dot to access that channel.



    Please note: You will need to click on "View More Comments" in the light blue-bar below this message to see further comments from me. This wont appear until next time I post a message to you.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    p.s. There is no CONTROL key. I don't remember mentioning a control key . . .

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    It's no problem - we'll keep going until you've got everything working and you can find all your channels and access them.



    If you look at the favorites list in the menu again, you may find that some channels are greyed-out. If 23 is one of these, it means the channel cannot be selected and isn't used. You should look through the favorites list and look at the channel names to locate the channel numbers of your frequently watched channels.



    This system takes some getting used to when you've never seen or used it before. There is also a way of creating a list of your favorite channels from the favorites list. I will explain how to use this once you've got the sub-channels figured out.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    Good morning -



    I'm slightly confused at the moment as to whether you actually have channels missing or whether they are in illogical places where you can't find them. Can you open up the favorites list from the menu again and count how many channels you have. The channels will be listed on several pages so you will need to use the arrow keys to run through them all. Don't include any channels which are greyed out.



    Also, roughly how many channels did you have before and which channels (names) do you seem to be missing?



    Thanks,

    BElectric

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    Thanks. Something definitely isn't right here. I think this may be related to the fuzzy picture and possibly a problem with the coaxial connection at the back of the TV.



    Please can you check the coaxial connection at the back of the TV again, and re-run the antenna / auto-scan from the menu. You should get a list while it's running as follows:



    RF CH :

    FOUND :

    DIGITAL :

    ANALOG :



    Please can you let me know the total count for each of the above. It should scan for digital first, then analog. You can press exit after the digital scan and skip the analog scan, so please do not press exit or menu until it's completely finished.



    The RF CH count is not the actual amount of TV stations, it is the frequency range. This will stop at 69. The total number of TV stations is the total FOUND or total of DIGITAL + ANALOG. The digital count may reset to zero when the analog scan starts, so please can you watch the screen throughout the entire scan to see if the DIGITAL total is ever more than 0.



    Thanks.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    OK. My apologies for all of the questions. I'm simply trying to get this resolved for you. I could probably answer 50 of my questions if I stood in front of the TV for a few minutes, but I don't have that luxury. A couple more for you . . .



    1. Did you watch the screen throughout the entire scan - was there ever a number next to digital?

    2. You mentioned "both ends" - where is the non-TV end of the coaxial cable connected to?

    3. In the favorites list in the menu, how many channels can you count manually - including sub-channels, e.g 2.23?

    4. If you type 2.23 (2 dot 23) on the remote, what happens?



    Thanks - I'm sure we will get there!


  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    Thanks. I'm beginning to suspect there may be a problem with the digital tuner in the TV. Final questions:



    1. Last night you said channel 2-23 was in the favorites list - has this disappeared?



    (Your last reply to me said "no sub-channels". Any channel with a dot or dash is a sub-channel, unless the dot or dash is followed by a zero, e,g. 2.0, 3.0, 20.0, etc)



    2. If you switch the TV to viewing the lowest channel number (I think this is 2 or 2.0) and press the CH+ key repeatedly, until there are no further channels, how many channels do you count in total?



    3. Do you have any channel numbers between 23 and 69?



    Thanks.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    Thank you. No further questions at the moment. Everything points to there being a fault with the tuner in the TV at the moment. I need to check a few things before I come to any conclusions though. I will get back to you shortly. Probably no more than an hour.


  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    Thanks for the info. I have reached the same conclusion, but the correct solution is a little harder to determine. He is correct that you may get the exact same problem with another TV of the same model and even with another brand of TV.



    The higher number (digital) channels aren't exactly "harder to pick up", but they do require better signal strength than analog channels. When the signal strength is poor for analog channels, the picture deteriorates. This is not the case with digital channels. They are either on or off - if the signal strength is below a certain level you wont get any digital channels. The fuzzy picture you reported originally does suggest your signal strength is a little low.



    The signal strength threshold for digital channels does vary on different TVs. Some TVs will pick up and tune digital channels with a slightly lower signal strength than others. It would appear your old Toshiba was better than this Dynex TV with a lower signal strength.



    It's impossible to be 100% certain there is a fault with the TV, but I would definitely advise you to return it and exchange it for another one of the same model or a different one entirely. If you get the same problem with another TV, you will need to get your antenna looked at and possible replaced. You are highly unlikely to get two TVs with the exact same fault straight out of the box!



    There isn't really anything else I can do right now, but if you have any further questions, please ask. When you get a replacement TV, I am more than happy to assist you with setting up or using it if required. Just post another message here and I'll get back to you asap. Similarly, if you get another TV and you have the same problem, I can advise you on what to do with regard to your antenna.



    Basically, replace the TV and we'll go from there . . .



    Regards,

    BElectric

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    OK - I'll wait to hear back from you. If they question your reason for returning it, make sure you tell them you've had the "fault" confirmed from 2 sources and that there was no problem with your old TV receiving these channels. Are you going to exchange for another one the same?

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    I was afraid that might happen. The fuzzy picture was the clue . . .



    It's possible that a signal booster would be sufficient for you (about $20), but this depends on certain factors. If the reception is poor at the antenna, a signal booster wont help. They are only useful where the signal is being lost as a result of the distance from the antenna to the TV.



    Where is your antenna fixed and could you estimate the total distance of cable between the antenna and the TV?

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    It may have been installed in the attic. It's also possible you dont have one which would explain the problem. If you don't have one at all and you are getting analog channels, then the signal must be quite strong and an indoor antenna may be sufficient.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    I would suggest connecting the TV to one of the other coaxial wall sockets in another room, then run the auto-scan again. If you can find the antenna, ideally try connecting it to the socket closest to the antenna.



    This would be useful to determine what is the best solution to your problem. It's also possible that the signal on the connection you are using is poorer than others. This could be due to the distance to the antenna, interference or a damaged coaxial cable. Moisture penetration of the cable will also cause problems.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    LOL - no, I'm not suggesting you switch bedrooms, but trying another coaxial socket may help to determine the best solution.



    I don't want to advise you to call out an antenna installer - which wont be cheap - if a simple indoor antenna or signal booster will solve the problem. You're probably looking at $150 minimum for a new antenna or a bit less to have it moved. An indoor antenna or signal booster will be $20-30.


  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 27, 2011

    No problem. Just post a message here tomorrow when you've had chance to test and we'll go from there . . .

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 28, 2011

    Sorry, I've only just received your message. I was wondering what had happened - I thought maybe the problem had magically disappeared. No such luck I guess.



    I have been thinking about your problem and I came to the conclusion that a signal-booster would be sufficient as it seems the signal strength is only marginally too low for this TV. As the old TV received the channels, there should be enough signal there to "boost".



    Give me about an hour to check on some suitable products and I'll get back to you. I hope this doesn't inconvenience you, but I have a slight backlog of messages to reply to as well.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 28, 2011

    Sorry for keeping you waiting. I'm on top of things again now and I am honored that you are honored ;)



    It would have been useful to locate your antenna, but I'd rather you didn't hurt yourself clambering around in the attic. I'm slightly reluctant to advise you to spend any money when I can't guarantee 100% that it will solve the problem, but all things considered, I believe it will.



    Please click on the link below for an example of the product I suggest you buy.



    http://www.amazon.com/SIGNAL-BOOSTER-AMP...



    This is a RF (UHF/VHF) signal booster for antenna. It's only intended to be an example and I don't specifically recommend the product shown. You should be able to buy one of these locally from RadioShack or other similar stores. Costco may even sell them, but make sure you tell them what it's for - there are various types of signal booster available for other applications.



    You don't really need to pay more than $20-$30 for one of these. If possible, get one with interference suppression, but this will be a little bit more expensive. As I can't guarantee 100% this will solve the problem, try to buy one from somewhere you can return it!



    The booster connects in-line between the TV and the coaxial wall socket. Connect one coaxial cable from the wall socket to the booster then another coaxial cable from the booster to the TV (You may need to buy an extra coaxial cable as well). The booster also needs to be connected to a power outlet.



    If you can't obtain one locally, let me know and I'll find a recommended one you can buy online at a decent price. If this doesn't work, I think the only option is to get someone to come and look at and probably replace your antenna - assuming you have one - or get a different TV!


  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 29, 2011

    There's nothing wrong with the one I linked to on Amazon. I just thought it would be quicker and easier to get one locally - and less hassle should you need to return it.



    If you'd prefer to buy online, let me know and I'll have a look for you quickly and post back with another option in addition to the one above.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 29, 2011

    My apologies for the delay. My internet has been down and there have been technical problems at FixYa and I have not been able to reply. I've had a look online at signal boosters and I suggest buying the one I listed above ...



    http://www.amazon.com/SIGNAL-BOOSTER-AMP...



    I really don't advise spending more than this on a signal booster. You wont gain anything by spending more money. These actually work best if they are installed near the antenna, but you can fit them between the wall socket and the TV. You appear to only need a small amount of signal gain so fitting it between the wall socket and the TV should be fine.



    I've checked out the Amazon seller details as well and they are highly-rated and ship quickly.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 30, 2011

    The picture isn't exactly clear, but both connections on the booster will definitely be male. Fixed connections are always male as the nuts have to be on the ends of the cables. You will need two coaxial cables with female plugs at both ends to connect this to the TV. The wall socket connects to INPUT on the booster and OUTPUT connects to the TV.



    I'm a bit disappointed that it wont get there until next week. For some reason, Amazon changed the default seller for the item sometime between me posting the link yesterday and again today. The link originally pointed to seller "Digi Acc" but it now points to "Dale's Deals". Which one did you order from? - I think Digi Acc would probably deliver faster.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 31, 2011

    OK. Let me know when it arrives and we'll resume. In the meantime, it would still be a good idea to try to locate your antenna. If there is any risk of injury to yourself in doing so, please don't bother.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Apr 01, 2011

    Well, I'm disappointed but not entirely surprised. You can probably see why I suggested you buy locally and a relatively cheap booster - a more expensive booster would not have solved the problem.

    A booster should ideally be installed closer to the antenna, as previously stated. I was hoping that installing it between the wall socket and TV would be sufficient but it's not the correct location for it.



    You really have three options:



    1. Get your antenna installation looked at by professional (and possibly replaced)

    2. Keep exchanging the TV until you find one with more sensitive digital (ATSC) tuner

    3. Try installing the signal booster nearer to the antenna.



    I'm just writing an explanation of the above for you. Will post back shortly . . .

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Apr 02, 2011

    Well. the guy at Dynex is definitely correct that the antenna is the problem rather than the TV. Whether the Toshiba had an internal antenna or just a more sensitive tuner, I can't say without knowing the model number.



    Adding an indoor antenna and a splitter may work, but only if reception from the transmitter is good in the room where the TV is. It does seem that you only need a small increase in signal strength so a supplementary antenna is probably worth a try. I'm reluctant to say it will definitely work as I have no way of knowing for certain and I prefer not to advise people to spend money when I can't guarantee it will solve the problem.



    The purpose of a booster is to prevent the signal falling below the minimum level, rather than to amplify a signal that's already too weak. Installing the booster closer to the antenna should work, but that doesn't seem to be possible. You're not certain where the antenna is and your personal safety is more important than anything else.



    All things considered, I would try the indoor antenna, but again I would suggest you shop locally and try to buy from somewhere you can return it if it doesn't solve the problem.



    If it doesn't work, I don't think there is any option other than to call a professional antenna installer. I've been installing antennas and dishes for over ten years, so I have been advising you from plenty of practical experience in this area. Antennas and RF signals are a very complex area but I'm more than happy to explain some of the finer (or at least most relevant) points if you wish ;)

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Apr 02, 2011

    LOL . . . yes, I think we may be able to figure it out between us. May I refer you back to the second message I posted to you about a week ago - and your reply:



    BElectric:

    "What is the signal source for your TV channels - antenna or cable?"




    corkya:

    "It is antenna."



    It's not surprising you aren't getting all of the channels. You're scanning on the antenna setting when the signal source is actually cable. Run the channel scan again and when on the screen which says "Choose your TV source", select the Cable option.



    If you were using an antenna, you wouldn't have a cable company to call. Who is your cable provider?

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Apr 02, 2011

    LOL. No need to be embarassed - it's an easy mistake to make. Don't worry about my fingers - I'm just glad the problem is solved and you have all your channels again.



    You should disconnect the indoor antenna entirely - and return it to the store if possible - as it does not have any effect at all on a cable signal. However, the signal booster will boost a cable TV signal so you may find you have a better picture and/or addition channels with it connected.



    There are a couple of things I should explain with regard to the booster, but I'm re-plumbing the bathroom and I need to finish up before it gets too late to work. I will get back to you in an hour or two . . .

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Great picture, but why no sound?


It may be a manufacturing problem. I recommend you call the people at Dynex. If they don't respond it may be because the sound card is broken.

Sep 12, 2015 | Dynex DX-26LD150A11 26in Flat Panel LCD...

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Dynex dx-26ld150a11 input trouble


Do a factory reset to this set. You've to enter its service mode to do this. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Viewing it in "Mosaic" will make surf easy.
http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/

Feb 24, 2014 | Dynex DX-L32-10A 32" LCD HDTV

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Can a dynex DX-ESW5 act as a print server?


No. You need a router to set / obtain an IP or connect it directly to the computer RS232 serial port. No network required, but is old school and may be difficult. Specially with MAC. You are better off getting a new router.

Jan 29, 2013 | Dynex Dx-esw5 10/100 Fast Ethernet Switch...

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My brand new lcd tv keeps saying no signal when cable is plugged in?


Check the input setting and make sure it matches where it cable is plugged into.

Jan 22, 2013 | Dynex Dx-26ld150a11 26" 720p Hd Lcd & Dvd...

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Need stand/bracket for Dynex flat panel model DX-26LD150A11


with a brand like this you may have a hard time finding anything, You might look on MCM electronics if in North America as they sell about 50 different bases and mounting brackets that are universal ones.

Dec 23, 2012 | Dynex Televison & Video

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Buffer board on panel


All the flat panel TVs are somewhat made to last less then 2 years. That's why the warranty is only 1 year for most TVs. Every TV is going to need repair sooner or later. So don't get discourage by it.
If you are a do-it-yourself person, it's cheaper than replacing the TV.
Here's the best place to get replacement parts:
http://www.shopjimmy.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=dynex+dx-lcd32-09

May 28, 2009 | Dynex DX-LCD32-09 LCD TV

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