Why does my Sharp TV keep saying no signal?
First check that your TV is set to the correct Source or Input, try changing the Source or Input to AV, TV, Digital TV or DTV if you haven’t already. If your “No Signal” message is not due to incorrect Source or Input being selected, then it’s most likely caused by a set up or antenna fault.
How can I get sharp signal on my Sharp TV?
Set “Input 1” to “Auto” so that the TV automatically selects the input signal for that input. Press the “Input” button on the remote control, press the up or down arrow button, then select “Input 1” and “Auto.” Use HDMI-certified cables to connect HDMI equipment to your TV.
How do I change the default input on my Sharp TV?
Here’s how to change the input by using the buttons on your TV instead:
- Press the Power button to turn on your TV.
- Press the Input button.
- You’ll see a list of input options.
- You can use the Channel buttons to move up and down the list.
- When you find the input you want to use, press the Input button.
How do you fix a TV that says no signal?
Reset the box
- Turn everything off at the wall.
- Check that all cables are securely and firmly in place.
- Wait for 60 seconds.
- Plug your TV box (not the television set) in and turn it on.
- Wait another 60 seconds, or until the lights on the TV box have stopped flashing.
- Plug everything else back in and turn it all back on.
What channel does Sharp TV need to be on for cable?
Most televisions will also need to be on either channel 3 or 4 when using a coaxial connection. If you’re using an HDMI cable, take note of which HDMI input the cord is plugged into on your television, as most televisions today have multiple HDMI inputs.
Why does TV lose signal?
Reasons for Digital TV’s Loss of Signal Usually, a TV loses signal because it no longer is receiving the signal from your set-top box. If your TV uses a satellite dish, poor weather or a faulty antenna can also be some of the probable causes.