My 36" tv is hooked up to a sat dish and has worked fine for years. It just started to have the guide plus menu come on (and off) then goes to regular tv menus without using the remote and goes back to regular tv, like nothing has happened. Have tried to reset the guide several times and it has helped but it still comes back but not as often. Any help will be much welcome!
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The tv have a dead part call the FBT-Flyback transformer,a big black block of plastice with a red wire with a black cap hook it to the CRT-(Tv picture tube).The FBT-give the tv highvoltages to the CRT(Tv picture tube).This tv is old model of an analog tv probally can't find part for it anymore.
You're cable company may have quit using TV Guide info from "TV Guide", because they want you to get their box for this info, or to save expense. It happened here in Michigan about a year ago. If you have local ABC, NBC, and PBS stations, you can get this info downloaded nightly through an external "over-the-air" antenna.-- assuming you're in the U.S.
Chances are you have a bad flyback and two bad electrolytic caps and a retrace cap gone bad. At its best you may have bad grounds under the H.O.T. And that would be under this transistor next to the 100 ohm half watt resistor a coil.Unsolder this coil clean the board contact and replace this coil!
its really pretty simple once you know what you are doing..press the guide button and read and follow instructions...it guides you through it...just go slow...you cant break it...just start over if you press wrong button...it provides all the info you need...try it again...
Have you tried just hoooking up the DVD player by itself? Is the DVD player output setting correct? Also, make sure the "video input" is set for the correct channel that you are viewing (i.e. Channel 3).