Question about Televison & Video
If you have the box connected to the TV using an RF cable to the TV's antenna input, make sure the TV is on channel 3. You should at least see the boxes menu display when the power is on. Try channel 4 if you see nothing on 3. Every box I've hooked up has been on channel 3 by default, but who knows?
If you can, hook the box to the TV using direct video and audio connections, and make sure the TV is set to the correct input.
Unless the box you bought has "RF pass-through" (and if you got your box using a government coupon, it's a sure bet it doesn't) you will notice a marked drop in quality if you try to watch regular broadcasting with the box connected. I've been installing these with a bypass arrangement so people can still watch their analog broadcasts until they go off the air in February.
If the box does in fact have no display when you turn it on and your TV is on the correct channel, your box is defective and should be returned and replaced.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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