Two Pioneer PDP-LX5090H do not work DVB-T and DVB-S/S2.

xares

Novice Member
Hi. I have two Pioneer PDP-LX5090H and both have the same problem. The satellite and DVB-T don't work, it's like they have no signal, so I can only use them as a monitor. The DVB-T used to fail from time to time, until it stopped working completely.

I find it weird that they both have the same problem, so I think it has to be a very common problem with this model. I have opened one of them and it doesn't seem to have bad capacitors. any idea what the problem could be?

sorry for my bad English
 

mps

Active Member
Hi. I have two Pioneer PDP-LX5090H and both have the same problem. The satellite and DVB-T don't work, it's like they have no signal, so I can only use them as a monitor. The DVB-T used to fail from time to time, until it stopped working completely.

I find it weird that they both have the same problem, so I think it has to be a very common problem with this model. I have opened one of them and it doesn't seem to have bad capacitors. any idea what the problem could be?

sorry for my bad English
Tried retuning them?
 

mps

Active Member
the signal strength is 0 in both DVB-T and satellite. The antennas are fine, they work with other TVs. thanks

Hmm sounds like a tuner problem but both is rather unusual.

I guess you tried resetting both the TVs to factory setting to start from scratch.
 

xares

Novice Member
I didn't do a factory reset, because I don't have the necessary cable, but the previous owner of one of the TVs did do a factory reset, and it didn't fix it.

I guess I'll have to try doing a factory reset myself, although I'm not very hopeful that that will fix it.

thanks
 

mps

Active Member
I didn't do a factory reset, because I don't have the necessary cable, but the previous owner of one of the TVs did do a factory reset, and it didn't fix it.

I guess I'll have to try doing a factory reset myself, although I'm not very hopeful that that will fix it.

thanks
Have a look on Ebay for a tuner of the said model and give that a go if nothing fixes it
 

JayCee

Distinguished Member
I didn't do a factory reset, because I don't have the necessary cable, but the previous owner of one of the TVs did do a factory reset, and it didn't fix it.
What cables are needed for a reset?
 

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