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Tb100mw9 converter did not work.

I used the converter connected to a UHF antenna
mounted on the roof, connected to the unit with 2-wire
flat tv cable.I tried it during a 5 min. test of a local tv sta.
What do I need to make this work?

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You need the audio/video cables and to put your tv on a channel with no signal (3 or 4).

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Wewould be happy to help you with that. The first thing we want to check is ifthe issue is affecting multiple buttons on the remote. If you are having theissue with specific buttons then the remote needs to be replaced, give us acall at 1-800-333-DISH (3474). Check if you are using the correct remote forthe correct room, there may be a number on the bottom of the remote that tellsyou which room the remote should be in. If the remote uses UHF signals checkthat your UHF remote antenna is securely connected to the "RemoteAntenna" port on the back of your receiver and that the antenna isupright. At this point we want to re-address your remote, if issue is with theTV2 remote, bring your TV2 remote with you to TV1. Access "SystemInformation" at TV1 by either pressing the menu button 2 timesor but pressing the "System Information" button on the frontof the receiver.Using the remote that is NOT functioning, press andrelease the "SAT" button then press and release the RECORD buttonon remote control. If the batteries in the remote have not been replaced in thepast 60 days, replace the batteries. Reset the receiver by unplugging it for 10seconds then plug it back in then re-address the remote again. If the remote isstill not working at this point then it may be an interference issue. If youare having issues with an infrared remote, find interference source (backlighting or power save mode on LCD TV's, fluorescent lighting in room, ordirect sunlight), eliminate, or convert remote to UHF. If you are having issueswith an UHF remote, find interference source (component (VCR, DVD Player, etc.)near DISH receiver), adjust UHF antenna, or distance UHF antenna from receiverusing coax cable/barrel connector. If the remote is still not working after allthese steps we need to have your remote replaced.

We really hope all these steps resolve your remote issue. Thank you for being avalued DISH Network customer!


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It sounds like you connected the coax cable to your TV. What channel is the TV set on when you have the Freeview connected? Because you are using a coax cable, the TV should be set to either channel 3 or 4 (normally channel 3). Check to make sure your TV is on one of those channels. Also verify your receiver is on. Your TV has the several other type ports (HDMI, component, composite) as alternatives to pick up your picture. If you have any other questions, please post to this site.

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I have 722 and a ir/uhf remote. Remote is set to uhf. All was ok until about 2 weeks into use and remote does not work unless 6 inches from antenna. I tried wizard numerous times and resetting to ir and...


Hello, this is Becki Barned, with DISH Network customer service. For this issue, since you have already replaced the remote and have the 5 foot coax cable on the antenna, then at this point, we would want to send a tech out for you. The technician can determine if this is an issue with the receiver box, or can set up a back feed for you. I can help you out with this issue further. You can e-mail me at becki.barned@dishnetwork.com .


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It sounds like this is TV 1 that you are having this problem with the remote, is that correct? What has changed from when the remote was working till now? Was anything moved like the TV/receiver? You may have some type of interference with the UHF signal. Without getting more specific information, I'm generalizing the trouble shooting steps. Would you clarify if it's TV 1 or TV2. Please post to this site and I will respond back to you.

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Check your remote to see if there is a UHF logo at the very bottom (under the Dish Network logo). The UHF remote sends ultra-high frequency radio signals to a UHF antenna which is connected to the back panel of the receiver. Make sure that you receiver is properly dusted and then check to make certain that the UHF antenna located on the back of the receiver is positioned straight-up. When the antenna is not correctly positioned it can cause problems with your remote signals.

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Phil with DISH Network here and happy to help! Here are some steps thatshould fix your remote:

Step 1:
Check if the issue is with a specific button. If its just one button that isnot working we need to have the remote replaced.

Step 2:
We want to make sure that the correct remote is being used for the TV in this room. Use remotekey (Green "1" or Blue "2 UHF") to confirm itis being used in the correct room. TV1 is located in the same room as your DISHreceiver.

Step 3:
If UHF, check that your UHF remote antenna is securely connected to the "RemoteAntenna" port on the back of your receiver and that the antenna isupright.

Step 4:
If issue is with the TV2 remote, bring your TV2 remote with you to TV1. Access "SystemInfo" at TV1, using the remote that is NOT functioning, pressand release the "SAT" button then press and release the RECORDbutton on remote control.

Step 5:
If the batteries in the remote have not been replaced in the past 60 days,replace the batteries. If the remote doesn't light up after replacingbatteries, have the remote replaced.

Step 6:
Unplug the receiver for 10 seconds then repeat step 4.

Step 7:
If the remote is still not working the issue may be caused by IR interference.Find interference source (back lighting or power save mode on LCD TV's,fluorescent lighting in room, or direct sunlight). Getting rid of theinterference should fix it.
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After completing all these steps if you're remote is not working give us a callfor additional troubleshooting at 1-800-333-DISH (3474).

Thanks for being a value DISH Network customer!


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