Question about Televison & Video
I am unable to view any channel with the set top box . Gives a error nos 110.error 110 primary pairing error
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I recently purchased an LG
Hi, The set top box will more than likely have two coaxial connectors ( threaded/ribbed pieces of metal ) coming out of the back. also three R.C.A. connectors-these will be smooth and be colored yellow red and white. one of the coax connectors will say " IN FROM ANT> or CABLE IN) the other ( OUT TO T.V. ) hook up your dvd recorders " ANTENNA " input to the set top box's ANTENNA output. If your D.V.D. recorder doesn't have an antenna input then hook up the recorders audio/video input to the set top box's audio/video output. then you should be good to go. If you buy a H.D.T.V. tuner to receive FREE H.D. programming it may be possible to hook up to recorder with H.D.M.I. cables.( those connections resemble slots ) I hope this has been of some assistance, good luck, Prodzilla.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
SOURCE: i have rescanned my digital
If the channels were missing you may need to clear your box or tv's memory before rescanning again for available channels.
Do this steps:
1. Switch off the equipment and unplug your aerial (antenna)
2. Switch on the equipment and go on the retuning (scanning) of channel process. Your TV should will display a message that no channels have been found. (This is because the aerial is not plugged in.)
3. Switch off the equipment, plug the aerial back in and switch on again.
4. Repeat the retuning process - this should find all the channels available.
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
SOURCE: I'm trying to set up
try using the number keys on control an manually program numbers in that way, if you select auto tune, it will only try to program any channel it gets signal for, once you type the numbers in that way, it should ask you to save that channel number, in which of course you select yes... try that, also refer to owner manual or mfg website.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
SOURCE: I just bought a teac
I find that with my HDB849 I have to be very carefull with the positioning of the aerial/rabbit ears to get all the channels to (ABC, 7, 9, 10, SBS and their sub cahnnels) to recieve them at all. Also once you get all the channels it is prone to digitization or pixilation at times due to bad weather/very overcast days.
Try the Teac.com.au for a firmware upgrade as this also solved not being able to view avis & images, listen to mp3's etc.
Overall the majority of reviews say the HDB849 is to be avoided.
Once set up correctly through trial and error and an absolute shitload of patience and re-tuning it seems to operate fine. Just pray you do not get a power outage or you have to start all over again.
Last point, try the teac 1300 number in Australia (or relevent country) and harras them for info whilst trying to stay calm and nice with the unlucky "tech support" person
Posted on Apr 17, 2011
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