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sounds like you have a faulty box. or no power going to it. If the power button on the unit isn't turning it on or off then its your unit. if button on your unit is working then you will need a new remote. To purchase a new one try Replacement Remotes.
What I would do: I would make sure the remote has new batteries, then I would bring up the DTT 901 menu and go through it as if you were programming it for the first time. Mine was going off by itself after an hour. Turned out it had changed the auto off feature from off, to one hour. I reset it to off and it is working fine. Maybe an electric spike has fouled the menu settings. Also very important to have surge suppressors on all electronic products.
Most DTV converter boxes have 2 outputs available; RF and component video. The RF goes in between the antenna and the TV and acts as a frontend tuner. The TV needs to be set to Channel 3 or 4 (depending on the box) and left there. All tuning is then by the converter box. By the way, you need to scan for channels as part of the setup. The other method is by using the audio/video component inputs to the TV and the set would then select AUX 1 or 2 etc to get the box input, and tune via the box.
Disconnect the converter box power and all and see if the Microwaves work.
If they do Try to sheld the converter box with a steal box large enough for the unit to sit in and close. see if the ovens work. plce in the the ovens in a different wall socket that is on a different line or circuit breaker
Is it possible that the RCA converter box slid und the FCC regulatory door and the unit has enough of power for cross talk interference
Wow you have an orange tree that grows apples onb a different stem. Rare and unusual save it all for postarity
I would say you got a bad one. They have an auto-shutdown setting, but shutting off as soon as you power it on sounds like a defective converter. How long ago did you purchase it? There should be a 1 year warranty on it. If it is new, return it to the place of purchase. There is also a toll free number on the enclosure that will be able to replace it if it is still under the warranty.