Question about Alba Televison & Video
MY ALBA TV SAYS NO SIGNAL? eACH TIME i PLUG IN THE CO-AX CABLE tHE AREAL ON THE HOUSE IS WHAT DO YOU SUGGEST i DO?
Either the TV has lost its memory and just needs retuning; or your coax and/or aerial is stuffed.
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
SOURCE: "No Signal" on ilo-26hd
Call Dish Network at 1-888-284-7116 and they can walk you through the remote program setup. Or you can look in the instruction manual for code searching using the DN remote control.
Posted on Feb 26, 2007
SOURCE: IT ELECTROCUTES ME
Danger Danger Will Robinson!!!! Extreme Danger. Your TV has a "Hot Chassis" and when you connect the TV antenna you are Short Circuiting to EARTH. DO NOT USE IT. Take it to a TV repair place. THIS IS LETHAL!! A fault has developed and now the set is "LIVE". BE Careful please this is NO JOKE.
Posted on Aug 12, 2007
Check first that the Co-Ax cable is firmly plugged into your SKY box in your lounge.
(I'm assuming that the carpet fitters did NOT put a nail thru your co-ax cable or pushed the cable onto any metal carpet grippers???)
If they might have done this accidentally, then, that's why it doesn't work!
Then make sure that the co-ax cable is plugged firmly into your second TV. Sometimes the central connector within the co-axial socket becomes loose and needs nipping back together with a pair of long-nosed pliers.
I'm assuming that you have plugged the Infra-red remote eye unit back into the second TV aerial socket - before you plugged the co-ax cable back in?
If you have, press the SKY remote to see if the Infra-red LED can be seen in the remote pod.
Finally, make sure that you have selected the correct channel number (or Input) on your second TV remote to select SKY.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
Hi my name is Roety,
I can help you with your issue ,
The cable box signal is received from a round cable called coaxial cable. The guide is sent to the cable box through the coax cable. The HDMI cables sends the picture to the TV.
The Tv does not download TV guide listings , just the box does. That would be a cable company/box issue not a TV issue.
Some TVs have a built in TV guide for when you recieve signals from an antenna (not cable).
If thats what you are referring to don't bother .
Use the cable box guide .
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Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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