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I have a TB110MW9 DTV digital to analog converter box. I set the RF out setting and now the box is unresponsive. How do I get my digital signal back?

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  • Anonymous Jan 05, 2009

    I have a TB110MW9 DTV digital converter box. After setting up the stupid thing we scanned for channels as directed. After this was completed a little box saying No Signal appeared. Then for some stupid reason we messed with the RF out setting in the hope of getting a signal and now the box will not respond at all. Help!!

  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2009

    help. i have this exact problem.

  • Anonymous Feb 02, 2009

    There power light just blinks for like twenty seconds and then the unit just turns off. While it blinks there is no picture or sound I've tried holing down the setup button and nothing works. Any ideas?

  • Anonymous Feb 20, 2009

    everything worked just fine at first, but after like 2 minutes the box just shut down...

    now when i try to turn it on, it just blinks and turns off like the previous guest's

  • Anonymous Apr 01, 2009

    I PUSHED THE RF BUTTON TO OFF

  • smokie231 May 11, 2010

    what remotes are you using, the one that came with the converter or a universal remote?

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Just a note. that you may want to go near the box while holding the setup button. also, it may take more than 3 seconds for it to respond. during tests. it could take up to 20 seconds for response. but this does solve the RF OUT for sure. hope this helps

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Try to put it on the channel that it was on before usually 3 or 4. Then hold the setup button for the 3 seconds and make sure the unit is on. That should fix it.

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I have a TB110MW9 DTV and Im trying to program the remote control to turn on and off my tv, any idea how to do it?

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