Question about Televison & Video
checks should on your tv tuner it could be bad.IF circuit should also be check and the video section call in the tech to make checks on your tv.and to do repairs on your tv.
Posted on Apr 12, 2007
SOURCE: No Satelite Signal Indication
The "front end" of your Receiver might be defective. Since your other unit is working then what might be happening is the signal to your unit might be dropping, to check this I would use a Satellite power meter, however if you do not have one you can use your other unit and connect it to the cable that your supposed defective unit is connected to. If the unit works then the problem is the supposed defective unit, if the unit does not work then this denotes a possible cable problem. Tell me if this works for you?
Posted on Oct 01, 2007
SOURCE: piping TV throughout house
Yes, this is done many times. If you do have a degraded picture because of all the slitters you can just add a antenna booster amp to compensate.
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
When you write 'tuner,' do you mean the internal TV tuner or do you have a cable box between the wall connector and your set's input?
If you are connected from the wall to the set, then the sensitive circuitry (it may only tolerate a few volts max video) is damaged.
If your set was a couple of decades old, it might be fairly easy to repair.
If the set was damaged via the cable service, you may have some recourse unless your cable provider has seen fit to absolve themselves from liability, I suspect they have.
I do not know your set but it is not impossible that the video input circuitry for cable and antenna is on a smaller assembly that processes it before reaching the main board.
The latter has obviously survived since you still have the other functions.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
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