I just recent switched to Satellite TV with Dishnetwork. Since installation my TV has a blip or a 1/10th of a second cut out occurring about every 1-2 seconds. This does not happen with on screen programming with the input function of the remote. Otherwise the picture is great and no other defects.
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What type receiver do you have? Is it a solo/dual receiver? Is it a DVR receiver? What lights are lite on the front of the receiver? Have you tried unplugging the receiver for 10 seconds and plugging back in? This will cause the receiver to reboot and reacquire satellite signal. If it still doesn't work, contact me at my email address, email@example.com, and I will assist you. I hope this helps.
Are you saying that this happens only when you are using the RF input? Is it not happening when you use the video input from the satellite receiver? Try a DVD player on the input of the video where you now have the Satellite receiver connected. Let me know exactly what you mean as i need a little more information so I can assist you.
Hello, this is Matthew Gonzales with DISH Network customer service. If you are not getting satellite signal, the problem can several different things, but here are a few things you can try. First, try a hard reset. To do a hard reset, you unplug the receiver from its power outlet, wait 15 seconds then plug it back in. The next step would be double checking you satellite cable. On the back of the receiver there should be a cable connected where it says "Satellite in", make sure this cable is secured from the receiver to the wall. After you do these steps, try running a check switch test (menu-6-1-1-check switch-test). If you are still not receiving satellite signal, a technician will be needed at the home to fix the issue. If this has not been resolved, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would be happy to help you with that. The first thing wewant to try is unplugging the receiver for 10 seconds that plugging it back in,it should take about 5 minutes to reset. We also want to ensure that the DISHNetwork receiver is connected to your TV correctly, please visit this link tosee how it should be connected:http://www.dishnetwork.com/SupportSection/setup-receiver. If you are able to,connect another component (VCR, DVD Player, etc.) to the same TV, using samecable, same input, and same channel to see if it works. If it still doesn'twork, the cable needs to be replaced, if it does work with the other componentconnected, give us a call at 1-800-333-DISH (3474) for some additionaltroubleshooting.
We hope these steps get your picture up and running. Thanks for being a valuedDISH Network customer!
Phillip Chang DISH Network Customer Service Representative
Ur tv power on the picture just show up only for a few sec. U still have sound?Yes,than ur LCD inverter board is dead.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish LCD inverter board for the replacement.It a long board in shape.
First, did the satellite company install an HD receiver? Second, are you using either component or HDMI cables from receiver to TV? Still there are two factors that would produce your problem.
1. Color calibration
2. Signal strength
Proper color calibration is what makes SD actually GOOD on HDTVs. Low signal strength will create a slow data situation. Slow data will not provide enough information per second for the TV to display a complete, error free picture so your TV has to interpolate or "guess" what colors should go in the pixels that it didn't get the data for.
Sure you can, if you have Dish Network go to the receiver and turn the TV and receiver on. Then press menu-6-1-1. This takes you to the point dish screen. You will come out with better results using a compass to find the azimuth the dish should be pointed toward and bore sighting the dish by pointing it in that direction. You then will need to move the dish in very minute increments pausing for 15 to 20 seconds after each move to ensure the satellite signal can be found. If you have ran a check switch prior to this and have lost all satellites you more than likely will not receive a signal until you run another check switch and have found the signal of at least one of the orbitals. If this proves to be to tedious and many times it will you can usually find an inexpensive signal pointing device at a store like Radio Shack. Hope this is some assistance to you. Let me know if I can be of additional assistance and thank you for using Fix Ya.