Question about Televison & Video
This box seems to have been flashed by the TV service provider who has ceased trading and left 60,000 brits without TV.
Need to know how to set this box back to its factory settings as a standard
QAM cable box as "0ff the shelf" none of the set up menu settings will do it, although they search and find the TV channels, they will not remember them.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I re-did the guided setup in the Tivo under Messages & Settings/Restart-Reset System/Restart menu section in Tivo. Once I did that, it cleared this issue, even though I didn't have to change any of my settings thru this guided setup. I tried a reset alone first, but that did not fix it. Only this fixed it. We had lost both power and cable during a recent tree fall in a storm, and when both were restored, this problem started. I have a cable coax directly in the back of the TV (no cable box/IR etc) and the system is on a home wireless network. I actually have 2 identical Tivo's in the house set up the same way but only one had this problem. The other worked no different after the outage.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
Could be that the Scart socket doesn't pass through the signals from the receiver. I had a Goodmans TV with Scart input which just didn't respond to the receiver. When I moved it to the Scart connector on my VCR it worked a treat.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
SOURCE: teac hdb820
I just did a factory reset this morning and I had the same problem until I realised that you have to use the "Output" button to get the Video Outputs to DVI Digital (see page 17 of the manual), if that's what your connection is, then I could select "menu" and do a channel search. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 30, 2009
If the box is still receiving some channels, then the box is probably not at fault.
If you have done the full "First time Installation" rather than search for new channels, then eithe the aerial, connection or signal is likely to be to blame.
There have been several changes with the Freeview service over the last few months, and there will be more in the run up to analogue switch off.
In some cases, channels have moved, and in other cases the service has been switched off for a short period, low power etc.
Check the aerial on a standard analogue signal, if the quality is poor, then this rules out the box.
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
SOURCE: LG LST-5100P set top box
Thanks for Using FixYa. If its a 4:3 normal TV or a wide 16:9 TV then you can view high definition picture by using the ARC button on your remote control to change the wide mode(Auto,Letter Box, Pan & Scan). Also check its free user manual for more information.
LG LST-5100P User Manual
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Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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