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"Weak or No Signal" message on Samsung 26" LCD TV

Why is it that more often than not, I get the "Weak or No Signal"message on some of my channels? I am hooked up to cable (no box -- just have it for the reception). I tried the cable setting, as well as the TV setting. Didn't have this problem with my old analog 13" television It is VERY frustrating! The TV has a mind of its own!

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  • Scott Frye
    Scott Frye May 11, 2010

    Hi....
    Are you using the chrome screw-on type connect for the cable?
    Does the one on the TV seems loose and, have you tried a new cable between the cable box and TV yet?

    Let me know


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I pressed mute on my television and about 5 minutes later it said weak or no signal.What do I do?

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