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Snow on screen and no picture on my DS35510

I have purchased a satelite receiver and it hooks up to the tv with the yellow, white and red cables and there is no other place on the sat receiver to put a coax from it to tv, I had another sat box instaled but I had ran it thru a dvd and it had coax between tv and dvd and sat box. Is there another way to connect cables so I can get a picture?

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Offhand, if the previous system/connection works then we should leave that as it is. Coax-Sat Receiver-Coax-DVD Recorder-TV and TV should be Channel 3 (or 4).

On the new Sat Receiver, coax from LNB/Dish to Sat Receiver, yellow, red & white to TV. TV should be set to Video 1 or A/V or Video. There should be no snow, rather if no reception, it should be blue indicating video has muted in the absence of a good signal.

Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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