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No signal when hooking up to dish network.

When trying to hook up second tv on dish network I cannot get a signal.It is a wireless connection from the satelite box.The other tv I am using gets a signal. The tv is a lcd 37 inch polaroid.I do have a cable from the satelite box going into the tv.

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I unhooked the new tv and hooked up the old one to see what channel it was on and then rehooked up the new tv and put it on the same channel as the old one.This worked but I also had to put the cable into the hook up on the back marked cable instead of the one marked HDTV.

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