RCA F25254GY I cannot replace the old cable settings from my cousins house to the cable in my house 30 miles away. I have gone through the setup and autoprogram and it is still on the same old channels!! Is there any way to erase the old ones so the new ones can be registered? PLEASE HELP ME!:(
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First you have to be within range of an HD tower. Second the antenna will have to be on the side of the house that the tower is on. This is true even with an Omni directional for best results. Smaller antennas are only good for an unobstructed distance of 30 miles, that bigger ones will get you 80 to 100 miles. If the cable run from the antenna to your tv is over 50 feet you will need to pre amplify. If you have further runs in your house from the TV you may also need an amplifier on that side as well.
The tv buttons are actually small "tact" switches which are contaminated with the vinegar and shorting themselves. Unfortunately replacing these is your only option. You may get lucky to just turn if off and let air dry for a few days.
The DVD player and Tv set connections are made in ur tv,by what kind set up?Like by a RCA components cables Y,R,W RCA cable?Just follow the DVD player output holes hook up RCA cable Y,R,W to the DVD player out holes hookup to tv set input holes like Y,R,W input holes.Check the RCA connections cables pull out and re connected in those holes a couples times sometimes old equipment must do that for ensure contact are made.Might have a damage set of RCA cable set.Might have replace another RCA cable set.Or ur setup using a S-video cable set and used a RCA cable R,W cable only for audio only?Than S-video cable probally got shorted must be replaced.
You might have a cap that shorts after it heats up causing your problem.
The whinning sound you hear sounds like the power supply has a short on it.
Usually when this happens though, it doesn't go away until some part such as the horizontal output transistor is replaced.
RCA's are notorious for flybacks shorting and then shorting the horizontal output transistor.
Your flyback may be shorting intermittently.