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How to fix?(Added 7 min/s ago) Miele G694 SC Plus -Outlet Blocked?(Added 8 min/s ago) can some one help me with my2003 14tdci ford fusion how can i fix ?(Added recently) You can have 91 sitting there on your TV set all evening long, but if 50 % of that 91 is NOISE....then you got a problem.Trying to figure out where the There is an option to simply mount it in the ground on a post. How does it come and go? - random or cyclic? - consistently over a time (minutes, hours, days)?

User #20687 28783 posts _Luke_ Whirlpool Forums Addict reference: whrl.pl/RbX2Z4 posted 2009-Aug-6, 2:33 pm ref: whrl.pl/RbX2Z4 posted 2009-Aug-6, 2:33 pm Enkai writes... Hey all, Just trying to seek some information regarding an issue that has developed on my 40" Samsung Tv with inbuilt digital (cant' recall the model number sorry). The signal strength stays constant at 91 day or night. Other users of howtomendit.com provide the answers. More about the author

What happens right at sunrise?? I took the aerial out at Christmas to put on a different tv. It sounds to me that is would be the ColorWheel. Posted on Dec 06, 2009 Helpful 0 Not Helpful Flag You can't post conmments that contain an email address. × Comment Anonymously Video Images Add Your Answer Tips for a great

I have tried everything. User #80792 2587 posts Knox Whirlpool Forums Addict reference: whrl.pl/RbX1V3 posted 2009-Aug-6, 8:21 am ref: whrl.pl/RbX1V3 posted 2009-Aug-6, 8:21 am Digital TV is all about signal quality I suggest investing Please ensure the aerial cable is connected securely both to TV aerial in on the TV and wall RF point and perform a channel auto store on the TV. ok have just come in (our time 11.30pm) and still pixalating so well past the magic hour...for me - I would still like the TVman to sort our aerial out for

The higher up your antenna is the more likely you will get CONSISTENT reception from your transmitters.But Height does cost more the higher you go. Click here to help Fault info. Also the transmitter not functioning as it should. http://www.samsung.com/nz/support/skp/faq/1041041 http://dicksmith.com.au/dsau/search/dsau_search_results.jspI typed in "set top box" and got everything from Digital Tuners , Tuners with recording capability and even Tuners with internet Access !

You may NOT copy or distribute the content that appears on this site without written permission from Fixya Ltd. © 2005-2015, Fixya, Ltd. Mike Posted on Mar 23, 2009 Helpful 0 Not Helpful Flag You can't post conmments that contain an email address. × Comment Anonymously Video Images Karl Wright 1653 Answers SOURCE: can`t Well, I do agree that you should be hearing from more people about reception quality.But...90% of the population are connected using Cable and Satellite.The reality is that 10% that use aerial have asked our neighbours but most are on 'sky' or equalant.Feeling that we are a sad lost case :-(will let you know my result from my conversation with the TV man

User #280129 42 posts Enkai Forum Regular reference: whrl.pl/RbX4Df posted 2009-Aug-6, 10:07 pm ref: whrl.pl/RbX4Df posted 2009-Aug-6, 10:07 pm O.P. http://howtomendit.com/answers.php?id=133337 HD-Ready... 13 Answers Will not turn on or off Samsung LN-S4051D 40 in. If it's below 18 dB, that's getting real noisy !And if he doesn't have that on your model, my recommendation is to seriously consider replacing the Main board which has the On a 625-line analogue TV system, only 576 lines are used for picture, the rest is for Ceefax/Teletext and other signalling.Of the 720x576 pixels only 702 horizontal pixels are designated for

Check the aerial connection and the try the procedure again Posted on Oct 02, 2009 Helpful 0 Not Helpful Flag You can't post conmments that contain an email address. × Comment Is this content helpful? At the start of each scan line, a "very high" signal is transmitted. all ok until a couple of days ago.

You deal with an unmeasurable....the sun's affect on invisible radiation patterns.If you can't touch it, feel it, measure it....you have do use LOGIC to isolate it.Glad they found something out of Looking at the settings on my tv I found a menu which said: Bit error level = 2000. Expert: TV Tech1 replied4 years ago. So it has to be related to a signal/noise ratio problem no matter what.You could have multipath issues exasperated by the change in the F1 layer if it consistently fails in

They promote it as being better and pure viewing. You ever checked it Very early around Sunrise?? What could we have done to answer your question better?

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Feb 16, 2009 | Samsung PN50A650 49.96 in. It will not power up. We lived with it.Now with Digital signals, we simply have to have "enough signal" to get a perfect picture all the time. If when the weather is wet and windy the examine the signal level - if it goes up and down fairly rapidly - look at the direction the aerial points and

Tell us what you think. Expert: TV Tech1 replied4 years ago. Do you have a professional Aerial installer in your region? I have never seen it distort during the day.

Evening hours during sunset, the F1 layer slowly diminishes, and is usually gone about an hour after the sun sets.Once it disappears, your TV signal isn't "tunneled" anymore. We also have an airport about a 10 ks away and we are on a hill so nothing in between us and the airport part from a few houses and a Most techs check the Signal Strength as do Aerial Techs...They've got equipment for that so they can monitor maximum strength.But the NOISE is what's killing your picture.Where's it coming from? It cleared her trees completely, got Fort Wayne, Detroit, Toledo, and Lansing.

We are often away or out so not always around to switch it on - never during the day unless it is something out of the ordinary which is rare.