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SOURCE: my apex at2402has a blue screen

your' TV is in VIDEO mode... connect your cable or sat. or DVD player or cable box etc. to TV using the VIDEO jacks>>>>red , white , and Yellow wires....picture should be on TV now.
other ways to get a picture also....changing TV from VIDEO mode TO TUNER mode...etc

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Check to see the set is on the right input---the one the Dish is connected to----input or source or even on the Dish remote it is set not to something other than the button for the Dish box.

Posted on Jun 07, 2012

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