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Hi Meagan, my name is Cheri Torres and I work with DISH Network Internet
Response Team. I came across your post and wanted to see if I could
help. Connecting your TV to your DISH Network receiver should be
fairly easy, depending on the connections you are using. If you are
using an HDMI cable you will need to connect one side of it to your TV and the other end into your DISH receiver, as long as you have an HD
receiver. If you do not have an HD receiver you are probably going to
want to use composite cables(red, white and yellow). If you are using
either of these cables you are going to have to set your TV to an input
in order to receive the DISH picture. You can select an input by finding
a button on the TV remote or the TV itself that is listed as input,
source, AUX, mode or video. You will need to cycle through each one
until you find the DISH picture on one of them. Once you have the
picture you will need to press SAT on your DISH remote and everything
should be working fine from there. I hope this information is useful and
if you have further questions feel free to ask!
Hi my name is Mike Houston of DISH Network and I see youhave DISH Network HD the hdmi does not work. Depending on what the TV is set to;480, 480i, 720, 1080i will depend on what you have your receiver set to. Afteryou check your TV settings press the buttons of Menu-6-8 and it will take youto HDTV Setup. Make sure your TV settings match your DISH Network HD settings;if you have anymore questions please e-mail me at Michael.email@example.com.
If the TV works fine with other sources the problem is the HDMI output is not enabled on the BD player. Most BD players do not output both HDMI and composite formats simultaneously. Check to make sure the HDMI output is selected on the BD player and the TV. This information is in the manuals, read the book.
It sounds like you have a pretty new TV. This means that there should be multiple AV jacks in the back for setting up your many components. Plug in the receiver into #1, the Wii into #2, and any other equipment you may have (DVD, VCR etc.) in the same way. You should then use the original TV remote to switch between Video 1, 2, 3 and so one for each compnent you want to use. The button on the remote will be labeled video, tv/video, input select, or input, something like that.
Check your PIP source. I couldnt figure out my LCD pip, and why it wasnt working either until I was able to switch the source. It was automatically using a source that didnt have anything hooked up to, I had to switch mine in order for it to work.
Try that and see if that might be the case.
let me know. thanks!