Are you frustrated because your TV keeps on showing “no signal” messages? If yes, then it could be because of multiple reasons. The good thing is that this problem can be fixed by making some adjustments on your TV setup or the antenna. In this blog, we are going to tell you the reasons why your TV keeps on showing “no signal” messages and what you need to do to fix the problem.
- Check the power source
If your TV is displaying a “no signal” message, then the problem could be lying on the power source. You need to check the power of the digital box to see if it is well connected. If it is not well connected, ensure that it is plugged in tight to the power source.
- Reception issues
If the antenna or the cable transmitting the signal is damaged, then your TV reception may be poor. There are many things that can damage the antenna. They include extreme weather, birds dropping that corrodes the antenna and normal wear and tear. Check the antenna and the cable connection to see if they are all in good shape. Also, check if the antenna is well positioned and if the cables are firmly secured to the TV set. If the antenna is badly damaged and beyond repair, then call QuickTech, our TV expert will come to replace it quickly.
- Frozen digital box
If your digital box has no power issues and the TV input is well connected but still it displays “no signal” message, then the digital box may be frozen. In this case, you need to reset the digital box by turning it off. Check if all cables are firmly in place and wait for 60 seconds before turning it on.
- Faulty input port
If your television has a faulty input port, then it will not read TV signals that come from the digital box. The good thing is that the new TV models have more than one input port. If you realize that one input port is faulty, connect the cables to a different port and check if the “no signal message” disappears.
- Loose or faulty connecting cables
Your TV could be displaying a “no signal” message because the cables connecting the TV and the digital box are loose or faulty. If the cables are loose, then all that you need to do is plug them tightly to the port. On the other hand, if the cables are damaged, then you need to replace them with a new one.
- Interrupted service
If the digital box, antenna, and cables are all intact but the TV still displays “no signal”, then it could be that the service provider has limited your access to their services. If this is the case, then you need to contact the service provider to find out where the problem is and what needs to be done to fix the issue.
If you have tried all the fixes, but it keeps displaying “no signal” message, our experienced TV installation and repair experts will diagnose the problem and fix it within the shortest time possible.
Don’t let TV problems prevent you from viewing your favourite TV shows. Give us a call today on 1300 016 017, we will be more than glad to help you fix the problem.