Question about Televison & Video
Hello there, Could you please help me? I have 1 TV with a SKY Box in a Living Room and 1 TV - Mikomi 15 LCD 250 in my Bedroom. I bought a TV Link to be able to watch SKY on my Bedroom TV. I have done everything what they said in that TV Link leaflet on TV with Sky box (and it gave me the number, which I wrote down). then the leaflet said to install TV Link on a TV in my bedroom by a guidance book which, unfortunately I don't have anymore, because I lost it... So I don't know how to do it. So could anybody, please, help me, how and what can I do (step by step) to install that TV link, please? They were saying in the leaflet to set the SKY programs on a not used channel (so it could be either 0 or 6) Does it make a sense to anyone, please? Thank you very much! Judit
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, with regards the tuning in of the required station I started from the beginning again and after the digital channels had been automatically tuned in it asked if you wanted to tune in the analogue channels . I clicked on the yes button and it tuned in a number of channels and when checking through the channels I found the sky channel required from downstairs which is linked by an aerial connection.
AS Gordon Ramsey would say :------ telly tuned in DONE
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
Hi i had the same problem but i have sorted mine now. What i was doing wrong was i wasnt tuning in the analoge channels only the freeview digital ones. To do this you need to first turn your tv on. Then press the "source" button, this will bring up a little menu at the top left hand side. When this menu comes up press the "Programme +" button (the one that you use for changing channels near the volume button) press this until you get up to "TV", when T.V is highlighted just wait 3 secs and it will switch over. You will probably get a blue screen with a no signal message (you are now on analogue) when you get this blue screen press the "tune" button. It will automatically start tuning in all of your channels, at first they will be fuzzy but as it works they will become clearer. Your sky channel will also be tuned in. When mine tuned in it didnt tune them in on the right numbers though, bbc2 was on number 1 etc. If you ever need to use a playstation or something it goes into the scart connection at the side of the t.v and you need to press "source" and go up to "scart". To get back onto the digital channels just press "dtv/dvd".
hope i helped!
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
Loosing digital channels is equivlent to a snowy analog channel, check you cable connections, and splitters to the tv, since you have two of them out, it does not make sense that it is your tv. It is a conneciton in your cable line somewhere.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
Hello K Agate,
In the main room where the Sky + is locate. With the sky remote press the following.
Ensure that the RF power to set to on, and take a mental note of the channel number the RF is set to. I normally set this to 38 it is upto you.
Now check that the coax lead that links the sky+ box to the 2nd room is plugged into RF out 2 on the back of the sky+ box.
Now go into the other room and make sure that there is a red LED light on your magic eye. If there is then great. If not there may be a fault with you eye. A good way to check this would be to connect it straight into the back of you Sky+ RF OUT 2 port. This would also check to see if there is any fault with the coax cable feeding the other room.
Assuming that there is a Red LED light on the eye when its plugged into the back of the TV in the other room (not the one with the sky box in), This means that there is power getting to it from the Sky + box.
Put your sky box on the TV GUIDE screen. This will make tuning it in a lot easier.
in the other room with your tv remote press the following
Channel 6 or which ever number you want it on.(analogue)
then MENU on the remote.
Go to MANUAL STORE
Then if you go down to where it give you a C ** number just type in what you retrieved from the sky RF menu.
That should bring your sky up then all you need to do now is STORE.
That should be you all sorted out now.
Hope all goes well. If so then please leave a Thumbs up
Cheers Little Dish Fitter.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
Yes you can split the signal out from the back of the Freesat/HD (not the TV)to the second TV.
Look what outputs are on the Freesat box - the RF (standard cable) output should go to the 2nd TV (TV set to CH3) and the a/v cables,HDMI or DVI cable should go to the new TV - Note:To receive HD the output from the Freesat should be either HDMI,DVI or Composite output (RGB video jacks) with red White for audio. If you have HDMI this is best - it also provides audio.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
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