Menu Menu. Search Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. Search titles only. Search Advanced search…. Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. Search Advanced…. Log in. Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Category 4. Support UI. X Donate Contact us. New posts Trending Search forums. What's new. New posts New profile posts Latest activity. Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts Billboard Trophies.
Is there anyway to reset the player without any image? Jun 14, 4, 2 14, Deals Amazon deals Bargain threads Classified adverts. Log in Register. Search titles only.HDMI No Signal Connection Issue on Panasonic TV [SOLVED] -- HDMI ports "No Signal" on Panasonic TV
Search Advanced search…. What's new New posts Latest activity. Search forums.
Freeview - No Signal
Hello, I wonder if anyone could enlighten me about this please? I have a Panasonic Viera tv. Many thanks for your anticipated help with this. Curly99 Distinguished Member. Sara Foster thread moved to the Freeview forum. JayCee Distinguished Member.
Hi Sara, what source built-in Freeview? Rodders53 Distinguished Member. Go over the aerial connections carefully. Also ensure any hdmi cables are kept well away from the aerial wire. BUT it may be due to an inadequate aerial for the channels you are tuned to, so the signal is on the edge of the digital cliff and 'comes and goes' giving you that message: Location approx where you live, postcode of a nearby shop, pub or church would help.
As would the type and location of the aerial used; plus the TV channels you are watching when this happens. Hi, thanks very much for helping me with this. There is built in freeview with my tv which I have had for about 4 years with absolutely no problems until now.
This is what is on at the time - nothing connected to an AV input. I have now checked the aerial connections and cannot see anything loose - I took it out and put it back to be sure.Forums Recent Rules My Activity.
Hey there! Welcome to the Digital Spy forums. Sign In Register. Sign up to Digital Spy's newsletter to get the biggest news and features sent straight to your inbox. My Panasonic Viera tv has been working well for nearly 8 years, from new, but 2 days ago the picture started to break up. It got better, then it got worse and after half an hour I got a ''No Signal'' message on all channels.
Any advice would be much appreciated. Might be down to weather conditions give it a few days see if it goes back to normal. Our signal was also going funny though my problem was the aerial just needed slight adjustment as its very easy to get to. What kind of aerial is it connected to? Not a communal feed in a block of flats per chance?
I have an aerial mounted on the chimney stack and a signal booster in the loftspace. It's been very misty here today. Perhaps I'll see an improvement when the weather improves. Always hope for the best eh. Thanks for your comments. Nigel Goodwin Posts: 47, Forum Member. Not at all, it's a very uncommon fault - and most of the small number of tuner problems that do occur are down to clumsy users ripping the socket off, or water down the aerial lead.
The signal booster was required for analogue tv. It's been there for ages. What is confusing me is the perfect reception I am still getting on channels BBC1 BBC Radio London I have a Humax freeview recorder connected by scart lead; with that switched on I can still get the other channels. So that will suffice for now. But I am still left wondering how my aerial signal is still providing one tv channel and one radio channel.
Have you tried a re-scan? In Kidderminster, we are on the Sutton Coldfield transmitter and several days ago I discovered that ITV 4 and several other channels had disappeared without warning, I put this down to atmospherics and did nothing about it. Yesterday it was the same so I did firstly an "add new channels" scan with no effect and the a full reset and scan. ITV 4 and the other channels are now re-established.
They may have been moved to a different multiplex but why I received no warning is a mystery. I have a splitter on the aerial lead which enables me to watch the tv without switching on the Humax HDRT.
The split aerial lead supplies the tv and the Humax.Forums Recent Rules My Activity. Hey there! Welcome to the Digital Spy forums. Sign In Register. Sign up to Digital Spy's newsletter to get the biggest news and features sent straight to your inbox. Mr Sifter Posts: 29 Forum Member. When I press the "freeview" button on the remote, the tv does change to the freeview, and the "graphics" do show What am I doing wrong?
Any help is appreciated. BTW, I will be unable to check this thread until later on tonight, so if I dont reply to any of your postings, please dont think I am being ignorant! Thanks again Prontopro Posts: 2, Forum Member. You mean aerial not arial. Have you scanned for digital channels on your TV? The TV may have been used by someone else in a different TV region and the channels are on different frequencies. Hence the graphic for the channel but no image.
If you haven't done an auto-scan then this is what the problem is. Hope this helps. What is this socket you are using actually connected to? There are two possibilities. It is an analogue cable feed carrying only the main five analogue channels. I suspect as you mention Telewest that it is actually a cable service which won't carry any of the digital multiplexes.
Nellie Posts: 1, Forum Member. I think Prontopro may be right. You do have to auto scan for both the terrestrial and digital channels. Put the tv on "freeview" so the screen shows the graphics show and "No signal" shows.
Press the menu button and do an auto scan. The channels should then show up as long as your aerial is ok of course. Thanks very much for all the info guys, once again Digital Spy has helped this techno pleb!! Took all your advice, and by simply replacing the aerial correct spelling with a small set top aerial, I now have the freeview channels.
Wey Hey! Once again guys, thanks for all your help. Sign In or Register to comment.As the standard connection device for TVsgame consolesvideo projectorsmedia streamersand set-top boxes, HDMI is an important component of any entertainment set-up. HDMI is supposed to make it easy to connect all your devices together with the use of one cable for both audio and video. To do this, connected devices must be "licensed" to communicate with each other through a standard known as HDCP. This ability to recognize and communicate media and devices is referred to as the "HDMI handshake.
This usually results in you not being able to watch your movies or play your video games. There are some things you can do to work around this issue. Here's how to troubleshoot problems with HDMI. Here are some steps that may help correct HDMI connection problems so you can get back to gaming or watching. HDMI connections don't fit as tightly as a component or composite video connection and sometimes slip out.
If this happens often, consider getting locks for your HDMI cables or self-locking cables. If you have several different HDMI components, try starting them up in different order combinations. Failing that, plug your device into a different HDMI input and repeat the above steps.
Make sure to select the correct input for the device you are attempting to use, whether it be a game console or Blu-ray player. Some devices are tuned to specific channel inputs and require you to tune to that input on your TV remote. If so, reset it to match the native resolution of your TV or video projector, such as p, por 4Kif you have 4K-capable TV or video projector.
If that works, then the receiver or intermediary device you're using is likely the problem. Keep the HDMI source connected to your TV and make a separate audio connection from your device to the the TV until you can determine the problem with the receiver. If the problem is the HDMI input on the audio receiver, you may still be able to use the receiver's audio inputs to transmit sound from your HDMI device. Also look for user comments or complaints regarding HDMI handshake issues, and follow discussions and links to the proposed solution.
If it does not, the problem may be a matter of compatibility rather than connectivity. Contact your device's manufacturer to proceed further. If you're attempting to use a PC or Laptop as a source componentmake sure your computer settings designate HDMI as the default output connection. If you can't get an image from your laptop to appear on your TV screen, try these troubleshooting tips:. These are intended to make it more convenient to connect HDMI devices without a cable.
Find out more on our cookies page. We all know how frustrating it can be when you're looking forward to settling down to a good film, but your DVD player doesn't seem to be talking to your TV — it's even more frustrating when you can't figure out why.
So here are a few things to check. If the picture flickers as you move the cable in its socket, it likely means that the socket is faulty. Sometimes the cable itself can develop a fault and stop working, so just switching cables can be a cheap and easy fix. You can pick up a new HDMI cable here. Marks and scratches on DVDs or Blu-ray discs can seriously affect how well they work.
Check the reflective side of the disc for any marks - if the disc is badly damaged, it's probably time to replace it. But if it's just dirt or greasy marks, you could try giving it a gentle clean with a soft, non-abrasive cloth.
If you've had the DVD or Blu-ray player for a while, it might have accumulated some dust on the lens. Don't worry though, you don't need to start taking it apart to clean it. Laser lens cleaning discs make this a really easy fix, you just pop the disc into the player and it'll clean the lens within a few seconds.
If you think this might be the problem, you can pick up a laser lens cleaning disc here. Make sure you've chosen the correct 'source' on the TV. The source button on your remote usually looks like a square with an arrow pointing at it — press this to switch between sources.
Just make sure the DVD player is switched on first. Otherwise, the TV won't find it. When your kit's fully broken, you need it fixed fast. Our accredited experts will get you back up and running in no time. Connect it From getting your kit home to setting it up, we can help. Fix it When something goes wrong with your kit, we can pick up the pieces. Protect it Whatever life throws at you, we'll protect your most important kit.
Mobile Complete Insurance. Mobile Lite Insurance. Cloud Storage. Improve it From upgrades to trade-ins, we can save you time and money. Improve it Picture Perfect. Computer Healthcheck. Hardware Install. Is there power to both devices? If it turns on, it probably means your remote is either faulty or the batteries need changing.
If you've changed the plug fuse and it still won't switch on, it means there's a more serious fault, and it'll need to be looked at my an engineer.
Is the problem with the cables or connectors? Is the DVD or Blu-ray disc damaged?
'No Signal' intermittently across tv screen
Does the DVD player's lens need cleaning? Is the TV causing the problem? Authors Mike Atherton.Deals Amazon deals Bargain threads Classified adverts. Log in Register.
Search titles only.
Getting "no signal" on my freeview tv!!! Anyone help?!
BrendanJabbers Novice Member. Hi everybody. I recently got rid of several devices from underneath my TV to reduce clutter and spaghetti. Obviously one of the devices I got rid of my Sky box, I think was supplying the signal via, again, an old style cable.
Doesn't the TV have a Freeview tuner of its own? Failing that, do I need to buy an inexpensive Freeview box and hook it up slightly defeating the purpose of my device-downscaling? Worse still, an aerial?
I have a Virgin Tivo box and a Blu Ray player which claims to have Freeview but neither has an outlet for the old fashioned similar to co-axial cable that I can connect to the TV. Thanks for reading. The TV will have a built in tuner so all you need to do is supply it with a signal from the roof aerial not a dish I would guess you have simply not re connected the aerial input when you had a sort out.
Re run the "auto setup" tuning and then have at look at the signal condition and strenghe in the tuning menu. JayCee Distinguished Member. Don't retune. Just look for the cable with a coax plug on the end and plug it in to the TV's aerial socket. Hi folks, and thanks for the speedy responses. I did the coax plug thing Jaycee thankfully I hadn't cut it off in my tidying blitz! All much appreciated. You must log in or register to reply here. Similar threads D.
Strongest signal. Tv aerial Started by daftpunk1 Mar 17, Replies: 1.