Question about Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-32FS100 32" TV
When the cable is connected directly to the TV or via the cable converter, no signal is received. Ichecked out cable line with another TV - all is good there. A TV repair show told me I could bypass the tuner and hook up via video connection but not sure how to do this. Also - if I use the video would this not eliminate the ability to use DVD player?
You may either have a bad tuner in your TV (not unusual for Sony's) or a broken connection near the tuner on the flimsy circuit boards they're using on this model. The tuner requires about 30 volts DC to work, and this may not be reaching the tuner due to a crack in the board connection. You probably have several A/V inputs that can be used for cable video and DVD video and your owners manual should explain how to connect them clearly. The outputs of those units go into the inputs of the TV set. It's That Simple!
Posted on Jan 28, 2007
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