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Locate the four holes in the back of your television, you just need to measure the dimensions from left to right and top to bottom. The horizontal and vertical measurement is your VESA.

Alba Televison &... | Answered on Jul 01, 2019


Retuning did not include searching for active channels.

Alba Televison &... | Answered on Jun 02, 2019


Either the TV has lost its memory and just needs retuning; or your coax and/or aerial is stuffed.

Alba Televison &... | Answered on Jun 01, 2019


If it is back to the same fault you repaired. Repair it again and fix the issue that makes it fail this time.

Alba Televison &... | Answered on May 11, 2019


Hi,
Try here;
https://manuall.co.uk/alba-lcd19880hdf-lcd-television/
Page 19 is the stuff you'll need.

You will need an aerial plugged into the TV to receive the DTV signal in the first place.

Best of look.

Alba Televison &... | Answered on May 08, 2019


  • Open internal fuse
  • Defective power switch
  • Power supply failure

Alba Televison &... | Answered on Mar 29, 2019


help me guys with alba dvd59 remote codes

Alba DVD-108 DVD... | Answered on Mar 06, 2019


This is a common trait with cheap brands. Alba are a cheap brand for a reason. Supermarket own brands also suffer flaws like this.
Cheaper usually means you lose a lot of functions that make life easier. Take Polaroid a cheap brand for Asda supermarkets. Use one of there TVs and you’ll see the same thing. You can press guide. You don’t get a tv picture in the guide like most more expensive brands. Select a channel. Press ok. Normally your guide would close once you press ok. But on these TVs you have to press ok. Then yet again press guide to close the TV guide to watch the channel.
When you buy cheap the normal practice is you give up silly things and quality that make normal life easier on proper brands like Sony or Samsung.
Some cheaper TVs you’ll also find don’t have a network or Ethernet connection or WiFi. To enable use of software updates. Cheaper TVs normally have to rely on “over the air” updates meaning the update has to be broadcast over UHF the same way your tv channels are. This is very rarely done as the updates can be to large in size.
It’s simply just the design of the tv you have. Cheaper doesn’t always mean better.

Alba Televison &... | Answered on Feb 12, 2019

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