The television with the problem is actualy Thomson 14MG131G
All I have is a blue screen with the message signal 0. I hit the menu button on the remote and there seems to be no tune or install on the menu. Any ideas?
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Re: Retuning having moved to a new area
Blue screen is due to problem in blue video circuit.
1 supply to blue video ckt.
2 crt base loose.
3 components in blue video ckt.
4 loose contact in blue cathode ckt in crt base.
5 blue video transistor.
6 signal coming to blue video from signal processor.
7 signal processor ic.
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This tv is a flat LCD tv wright?Not a big bulge back CRT tube tv,If this is CRT tv is analoge design tv dosen't have freeview Digital Tuner inside of the tv.If it is a flat LCD tv.Make sure ur setting for retuning not on CALBE SETTING.Make sure ur tv setting are AIR SETTING and have good Digtial antena will get a stronger signal get all the free AIR broadcasting stantoins channels,a good strong Digital antenna design does make big a different.
U have a roof or a good antena like a Digital antena?Take that antena wire hook up to the tv hole that said ANT.Now,turn on the tv.Push the button said menu on the tv remote,go to SETUP,go down to CH. push and pick AIR Not CABLE push it again.Now the tv will auto searching for all the DVTV free air stations in ur area.After this ur tv should getting all the free air DTV broadcasting signal in ur area.
When installing a new antenna, a TV will often need retuning in order to operate with the new antenna.
Using your remote, access the TV's menu (settings as oppose to TV guide) and you should be able to access a tuning menu, this may be located in Picture, or have its own section.
Select the setting for automatic tuning and you should find that the TV uses the new antenna to find its channels.
Place the red line actualy the reds fine cause the blue is behind it but the bla k could maybe use some stars in it ya know my ninjas and maybe fade with the colors just to keep addin to it bits at a time but yeah post me a solution lol
If you are trying to get 'off the air' signals then you must scan for the new digital channels in your reception area (this info should be in your owners manual). If scanning doesn't find any signals, you might have to add a VHF/UHF line amplifier(s) between your antenna and the TV set or improve your outside antenna or the cable leading from it to your set. You might have to resort to subscribing to HD cable or satellite TV.
You need to replace the surface mounted voltage regulator IC (small black square chip with a metal tab on one end, and two legs on the other end.) it is on the main board, right behind the signal input board. It's a BA09FP regulator IC, you can purchase this on mouser.com
it requires a bit of disassembly, but it is relatively easy to do. it is component number IC9C25. It could be bad, or just have bad connections . This IC supplies 9 volts to the terminal board. Try resolding it first.