The TV won't program channels 14, 16, 17 or anything after 33. When we autoprogram it, it shows the channels as stored, but still they don't work. All channels after 33 were Family Channel! We don't have a manual, so can't trouble shoot on our own. Please help!
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I have a old RCA tv model F32632SB...and im having problems autoprogramming it...when I start the autopramming it starts on channel 14...after its done goingthru all the channels still no picture on all channels except channel 11...ive autoprogrammed the tv 50 million times still nothing... I tried the cable cord in another old tv and the cable is fine..anybody know ????
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You need to upgrade to the high definition
cable box---but first try this. Hook the cable from the wall directly to the tv
and autoprogram it. If Comcast is anything like charter they transmit the local
Hd channels in a format that digital tuner will pick them up. Just channel
up/down and check out the channels with -1 and -2's behind them. Depending on
where you are----your local channels will usually show up wherever they
normally do but with a -1 behind it.
EX: local Fox channel on 47---autoprogram and check 47-1
If this is enough HD for you then get a two way spitter and hook your box back
up and keep using the RCA (composite) cables for the best it can produce.
I would suggest to unplug the TV from the power source for a while. Before plugging the TV to the power source, connect the VCR and play a movie or have some signal for the TV to store channel 3 into the memory. You might have to do the autoprogramming if the above did not work.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
the set top box is required by your cable company.
if you plug cable directly into the TV and run an auto program from the TV menu it will find most channels. BUT it will not locate them correctly.
for instance I have comcast. Channel 58 is FX but WITHOUT a cable box it shows up as the following on my HDtv's
sharp 52" shows up as channel 83.10 RCA 27" shows up as 86.6 RCA 32" shows up as 89.3
its a pain in the ****. We rent 2hd boxes from comcast at 7.99 a month and I refuse to pay them any more per month.
Contrary to what most cable providers say you WILL pick up most channels and in fact you will pick up some HD channels without the box but you have to look for them and they won't be on the same channel on every TV.
Lastly cable companies also remodulaet their signals every once and a while so there will come a time when you will have to do the whole setup, autoprogram (ch scan) again and yes the channels will once again move to another channel.
Either press menu on the Philips remote and go to autoprogram, or (if you have lost the remote), press volume - and channel - at the same time. When menu appears, use channel - to select autoprogram and volume - to select it.
when you bring the menu up on the screen one of the items will let you select cable; another item will let the set autoprogram, let it run through all the channels and it will select what channels you should receive-then you can do channel up/down.