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Re: Apex 27" LCD Tuner
You could order a new one or send the old one in to TipTop as most service shops do faced with replacement... I'm not sure if they rebuild Apex but it won't hurt to ask. They rebuild tuners for $27.00 with free shipping and handling.
On the flip side of your question, most shops have trouble getting parts for an Apex. Fox International might be a place to start, 800-321-6993 and if that fails try calling Apex customer support: 800-880-1227 or try their shop locator on their web site:
I don't have the service manual readily available for that model or I'd lookup the part number for you and it could take a couple of weeks to get one if I buy it.
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you more than likely have a F.E.T.(Field Effect Transistor) front end tuner,very susceptable to lightning or static charge damage, chech your home owners insurance, you might be able to repair or replace the tuner but it wont be cheap
You probably got some lightning through the antenna connection to the tuner input. You can try feeding it with a DVD player through the RCA jacks, setting the TV input to match the jack location on the TV. If that works, you can use an external tuner to watch TV, or you could pay to have the tuner section repaired. The repair might be a little pricey though.
TEST123-TRY JIGGLING THE TUNER INPUT AS I HAVE SAME MODEL AND IT DID NEED A FEW TUNER CONNECTIONS SOLDERED OR OTHERWISE THE TUNER MAY NEED REPLACEMENT IF THAT HAS TO HAPPEN YOU MAY LOOK TOWARD REPLACING TV AS COST CAN BE ALMOST EQUAL UNLESS YOU CAN DO IT YOURSELF. JOE TV