Question about RCA P52928 52" Rear Projection Television
All of a sudden, with the coax input, the picture has snow, the sounds has lots of static. Through Input 1 and Input 2 all is OK.
Your problem could be the cable: A. A weak signal coming from the cable company B. A bad cable or connector within the house. For the above, call the cable company and ask them to check the signal levels on your block. And, remove the plate where the cable comes out of the wall and look for shorted or bad wiring that may cause a weak signal. Also, if you have another set in the house, connect it to the same cable outlet to see if it has similar audio blackouts. Your problem could be the tv set itself, as well. C. Go into the on-screen-display and make sure you are on stereo audio and NOT SAP. SAP settings are not to be used unless you are using the second language or audio program feature. D. The sound detector inside the set could be defective. Which would require service. So, the first thing to do is to determine exactly where the fault lies; inside the set or outside the set. Then attack the problem at hand. If the set is defective internally, I think you will need a tv tech who can diagnose the problem; it must be tested and measured to find out the exact part (this set has over 3,000 compnent parts inside).
Posted on Jan 19, 2006
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