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Re: TV Tuning on ALBA TV with DVD player
Make sure in TV mode, press Menu button, use left arrow key to go to "Program Table" (NOT "install") and press blue button for "APS" (auto program search) This was for the LCD22ADVD but may work for others such as Akura and Beko. No part number on the remote.
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Switch TV on Press “MENU” on remote until 3 blue arrows appear Press “VOLUME” keys to tune up or down (shown on blue bar) When required programme is tuned, input required Channel number (appears on 2 green lines at top) e.g. 02 or 14 Carry on tuning and allocating channel numbers Select “MENU” to clear or wait until it clears by itself Channels should now be tuned to allocated numbers
1) Try to relocate sender, it might be receiving interference from nearby electronics. 2) Batteries might be low on the headphones, and is unable to receive signal from sender. Look at the manual, to see if there is a way to change the transmit channel on sender, and the headphones as well.
This is impossible to answer without knowing which make and model of Freeview receiver you're using (or the make and model of TV if it's a built-in receiver).
In the meantime, check channels 800 to 810 as this is often where the missing channels get relocated to on some equipment which has a slight incompatibility with the recent retune. If that's where your channels have gone then you just have to live with it as it's a hardware limitation of the receiver chipset; the only cure is to buy a separate external Freeview box which often has the additional benefit of giving far better reception quality than most inbuilt receivers.
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IN your CB there are 25 tuneing slugs (square matal cans with
ferrite tuneing slugs) if you speaker output is low leavel but still
clear and free of hash the set should be ok , but you will need to tune these slugs with a small jewlers screw driver (WITH GREAT CARE) as the slugs break easy. If you want to email me it will not be a problem ,cheers , DENNIS [email protected]