TV Repair Questions? Ask a TV Technician for Answers ASAP
they are a powered source.
I have a second set of antennae in the house. I'll try hooking them up and see what happens.
It might take a while, I have to remove that heavy beast from the wall to switch the cables.
I hooked up the second set of antennae (no power source on these) to the Ant 1 jack, still had the same channels as on the powered antennae. Since I'd already deleted the channels that cause the issue, I tried re-scanning, and the same issue happened, but this time when the scan got to 72%. Screen went dark (lost backlighting) for 10 seconds, then powered off for 20 seconds, then came back on to last successful channel. The blue light stayed on in front the entire time.
I tried manually adding in the channels that always trip this thing, and yes, channel 9-1 and 2-3 still cause the issue.
To be safe, I repeated the same exercise on Ant 2, and again, the issue happened at 72% scan.
I get no channels without an antenna.
We have a DVD player and a Roku, neither of which have cause problems. It's with broadcast TV only, and happens on the same channels every time. now it's also happening when i scan for channels.
My husband is familiar with electronics, as I said before, he replaced the power source about 6 months ago.
So yes, if you could send more detailed info, that would be great.
Thanks. I found a part, Turner Board PE0044A V28A00001 ENG36A51GF is that the part I'm looking for? I looked it up on the same web parts store I bought the power source from....