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There are two things you need to know regarding your TV. Power requirements and broadcasting standards. 1:POWER Look on the back of the TV and find the sticker or label that mentions the INPUT VOLTAGE. If it reads 220-240V 50Hz then it will not work in the USA. If it reads 110-240V 50-60Hz then it MAY work in the USA. At least you know it will work if you change the plug on the mains cable. 2: BROADCASTING In the UK, broadcasts use the PAL system to display images on the screen. In the USA, broadcasts use the NTSC system to display images on the screen. You need to check the manual that came with your TV to see if it is capable of receiving an NTSC signal. This signal is used in everything in the USA from PVRs, to DVD/HDD recorders, satellite systems, public access and cable systems. If your TV meets the power and broadcast requirements then it should work.

Toshiba 50H82... • Answered on Jan 25, 2018

My Sony tv picture is jumping

Toshiba 50H82... • Answered on Feb 25, 2015

Toshiba says: toshiba_icon_white.pngIf there is no sound from the TV try the following:
  • Ensure the TV isn't muted.
  • Check that the TV speakers have not been manually turned off in the menu settings. Refer to the User's Guide for your specific model TV.
  • Ensure the input for the connected device (DVD / Blu-ray / Cable / Satellite / Game Console) is set properly on the TV. Click here for help with TV inputs.
  • Check that the connected device audio settings are configured send sound through the audio input connected to on the TV. Refer to your device manufacturers instructions.
  • Make sure the connected device does not require a separate audio connection to the TV

Toshiba 50H82... • Answered on Feb 02, 2015

The problem is probably that your antenna can't pick up any of the remaining analog stations in your area. Only low-power stations are still broadcasting an analog signal. If you are using an indoor antenna, you might the signal with an outside antenna with an amplifier. (Check a site like tvfool.com to get the direction to any nearby analog station and make sure that your antenna is oriented correctly. This site or antennaweb.org will also help you orient your antenna for the digital stations in your area.) You need a set-top digital tuner or a converter box to translate the OTA digital signals (ATSC) and translate them to the analog NTSC format. Low end converter models with only SD output are harder to find but still available. However, there are some converter boxes that have HD output as well. This one, http://www.solidsignal.com/pview.asp?mc=03&p=3500STB&d=iView-HD-DVR-ReceiverConverter-Box-for-TV-Antenna-QAM-(3500STB)&c=Digital%20Converter%20Boxes&sku= , lets you attach an external drive (USB flash drive or hard drive) . It connects via component video or HDMI. (We've had good luck with our model with a portable (2.5") external hard drive. It replaces the SD converter box and DVD recorder.) I hope this helps. Cindy Wells (In my area, there is only one low-power station still broadcasting. Its transmitter is nearly 40 miles and can only be picked up with the external antenna and amplifier. If the weather is bad, we will lose that signal. Beware: an amplifier can become damaged and block the signal. The usual check for this removing the amplifier and attaching the antenna directly to the TV. For low-power stations, this test doesn't often help.)

Toshiba 50H82... • Answered on Dec 21, 2014

Hyper board bad = No longer available part # 23148024 PTS
rebuild only...send core in........57H82..............................T.

Part # is specific to model !....

Toshiba 50H82... • Answered on May 05, 2014

I have had this before I just reset the input device and it worked for me it was mu Uverse box - also can scroll through the inputs and see if you get snow on the antanne

Toshiba 50H82... • Answered on Sep 26, 2013

This is from your description a convergence problem, you set uses two of the STK-392-110 convergence chips.

Both chips (about 14 for a pair on EBAY) and any protect resistors (right next to the chips and easy to test) and total parts cost would be well under 30 dollars.

if you or someone you know is able (I can tell you what you will need and how to get at the parts that will need to be replaced) I will assist you---a lot cheaper to fix it than replace it.

Let me know by commenting here if you need assistance or have questions. If this has told you something you did not know rate this solution "very helpful" as I do this here for free.


Toshiba 50H82... • Answered on Jun 29, 2013

This suggestion is a little outside the box but I would hit garage sales and auctions or flea markets. These TVs are all over the place for as little as 10 dollars in all working conditions. Buy one that has the same size screen or larger and swap it out. On a larger one trim it down with a very fine tooth saw or masonary saw.

Toshiba 50H82... • Answered on Jan 10, 2013

If no box, then directly to the coax connector on the rear of the set, if using a box set to the channel the box is set for (usually 3 or 4) and output coax from box the coax fitting on rear of set.Leave set on three and power box and change channels with the box.

Toshiba 50H82... • Answered on Dec 18, 2012

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