Question about Insignia Digital-to-Analog Converter for Analog TVs
I hooked up my TB100MW9 converter and it worked great till 1 day ago when now all I con get with the coverter is no signal but I still get good analog signal
Do you have your converter box hooked up to an antenea? If so, if you move the antenea, then you may have to reprogram the channels through the converter box. This happened to us. So, we played around with the antenea until we found the most channels came through and marked the area around the antenea (you can use tape, or if you do not care a permanet marker like us. Note our antenea sits on top of our tv.) We have not had any trouble since. We marked the place for the antenea, in case someone moves it or so we can try to get more channels when the final switch happens. We gain a lot of stations, but lost only one.
Hope this helps,
The Gordons :)
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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