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How do i tune my konka 32inch to digital

Ive used my sky cable to use as an aerial.its also got freeview built in..so i thought it will go on..but it keeps saying no signal..ive tried tuning it in but maybe im doin it wrong..could u help me out..we havent been able to watch tv

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Just check whether the input cable jack has any loose contacts. Mostly this might be the reason.

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Just buy one Philips Universal Remote control model number [CL 034]. Konka is listed on its codes. Codes and proceedings are given here.

Codes

............ 0906 0702 0203 0306
................. 0208 0911 0842 0942 0504

Direct Code Entry

1. Press and hold the CODE SEARCH

button until the red indicator stays

on, then release the CODE SEARCH

button.

2. Press and release the desired Mode

button (TV, VCR, etc.). The red

indicator blinks, then stays lit.

3. Enter the 4 digit code from the code

tables. Note: after a valid code entry,

the red indicator turns off. For an

invalid code, the red indicator

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4. With your device on, press

CHANNEL UP. If the device

responds, no further programming is

required. Note: If some buttons do

not operate your device, try one of
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OK.

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Sky gets its signal from the dish mounted on your exterior wall.

your terrestrial signal comes from your terrestrial aerial be it external or internal.

If you do have an aerial cable coming into your property and it is connect to your television. Go into your TV MENU and set it away on Auto Tune if this does not come up with any channels. Try auto tune on your built in Digital tv ie DTV if it has this option...

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