Attach new antenna wire to tuner (Funai TV VCR combo )
Model F9TRF1, looks very similar to F3813D. Assuming my tuner UTUNNTUAL005, is same or similar. Given to me with plug or plate that had screw terminals or F59 connector already ripped out of tuner. Just VERY thin VERY short green wire. Tried to solder another wire onto green wire, it broke off. No idea where to solder new wire onto.
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If you take off the tuner cover you should see where another wire was attached to the PCB as there will be a small hole with nothing connected and a piece of wire at board level or broken level with the Printed curcuit board. If you dont see it then the best thing for you to do is to send the tuner to a tuner repair place like PTS tuner service and they have a flat rate to overhaul tuners and assy's or see how inexpensive a new tuner assy is. Its available at pts electronics for 49.95 along with many many more items like rebuilt printed curcuit boards ect ect ..www.ptscorp.com Good mluck
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Please check if the antennae is connected with right cable and the dipole is good. If so search the channels avaiilable and if there is no signal then it is possible that the TUNER is faulty. check using another TV with the same antennae or check the RF input using a VCR or TUNER.
Do you have a coaxial cable attached to the antenna in on the TV? The TV has an ATSC (digital OTA) tuner and a NTSC (analog OTA or CATV) tuner. The initial setup wants the incoming antenna in signal to be present (this is the only message on the front of the TV manual).
On any VCR/TV setup, the television does not send signals to the VCR, the VCR has to send the signal to the television and then the show can be recorded. Attach the antenna input to the VCR and then your other cables (they may be RCA jacks or another coaxial, like the antenna cable) to the TV. You would have to change the channels using the VCR's TV tuner (if it has one).
If it does not have one, then you would need a new digital TV converter, and you hook this up to the VCR, then to the TV set. Hope this helps!
If you are able to you can connect to the RF connector (F Type Conncetor) on the TV. This should work.
The layout is from the VCR (RF to TV) to the TV antenna F type connector from your Cable box to the Antenna in of the VCR that way you have cable through the VCR, and access to you VCR and DVD all controlled by the Cable and VCR remotes (set TV to Channel 3, set VCR to Channel 3) and use the Cable box as the tuner, Use the TV remote to switch between Cable and VCR inputs then use the VCR remote to switch between the VCR and DVD input.
first of all the the VCR has two connection from the tuner at the back one has out to tv the other has in from antenna you connect the wire from the cable company to the in from antenna.you connect another from the out to tv to the tuner connnection of your tv.and you are on.to connect the dvd to your tv.the tv has either at the front three female connector basic colors red white and yellow.the red and white is for audio in, left and right, and the yellow is for video in.the dvd has similar connections but they are output just connect them matching them color to color.there are some female connectors on the back of the dvd if you want to use surround sound.or play it through a reciever.good luck.