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chances are that the stations are haveing trouble with their broadcasting equiptment, or you are too far away from the channle's brodcasting station to recievesound from those stations, or in the tv's parental control menue, the sound for those channles might have been banned
It is a possibility if you are using a cable tv service, without a converter box, that the cable company has limited the number of station you are able to receive. It seems to be their new ploy to get subscribers to get a box since the digital changeover. I also may be that the TV's tuner memory may have to be re-programmed. Go into the menu and go through the channel scan process and see if they return. If they don'y it may be a tuner issue. An easy fix is to get a cable box!
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Yes, it will work. Be sure to use input 4 with the 3 rca input cables red/blue/green for video and 2 rca red/white for the sound. You need component video output on the PS3. http://www.sonystyle.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10551&langId=-1&productId=8198552921665061579&storeId=10151&INT=M:ak is what you need, if you don't have it already. Here's the thing. The PS3 will work on any set. You can hook it up with the yellow wire and red/white wire for standard def. or 480i. The component cables are for 720 and HDMI for 1080. Your set don't have HDMI, it has component input. The service manuel say's it has 720I available. You can see if the front has HDTV sticker..if it does, them for sure it does. Either way, the PS3 will work on your set. I'm 90% sure it's 720i as well.
i had this same problem with my big screen, it may be your connections. make sure they are all tight and make sure your cable wire isnt defective. you may also need a signal ampifier, like if you have to many tvs plugged into cable throughout your house. in my experience, 4 is about all you can have without messing with signal strength