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In order to connect your TV - any sort - you need:-
1. A BT broadband package.
2. A BT YouView box.
3. A network connection to your HomeHub or other router.
If one of these is missing (or if your broadband connection is too slow) you will not be able to connect to BT TV.
If you have all 3, then on the TV select the signal source to the socket that the YouView box is connected to and it will be installed automatically.
Hope this is helpful, if so would you please register that with Fixya
if this is a bt homehub then the password for the wireless is on the hub on a sticker that says security key or network/WEP key, you will also have to press the hub button to allow the kindle to connect
I also had this problem when the BTHomeHub goes down, power loss etc. I seem to have fixed the problem by changing the wireless config in the homehub to use a fixed channel, (the default is automatic which means it changes each time it restarts). This has been running trouble free for a couple of weeks through a number of power outages.
Can't help with Qs 2&3, get the same problems but less of an issue now that the thing works all the time.