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Hi, I have a Humax F2 Fox T set top Box. I have been using it with a Scart cable to a Bush digital television. This has worked fine. I had to move the TV and disconnected all the cables. When I reconnected the cables. The set top box and the TV would not communicate with one another. Can you tell me what I have doen wrong. Please could you email to me a copy of the F2 Fox T users guide. Many thanks, Philip Rowley email : philrowley@hotmail.com

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Hi Philip,

You will need to check your SCART cable, that is the most logical point of failure. The manual can be downloaded from the Humax support website:
http://www.humaxdigital.com/uk/support/downloadcenter_manual.asp
http://www.humaxdigital.com/global/products/new_manual/F2FOXT100GB_0805.pdf

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