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No signal does any1 know how to use a cct706/16 channel dvr, ours did work now only says no signal on screen cant find instructions

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Mrsmop,

good day, most likely your reffering to a DVR used for a survailance cam or CCTV. If you haven't connect video input device at it you'll gonna see a display indicating no signal.

to hook up a video device to DVR, at the back of DVR you'll gonna see 16socket if it's a 16channel dvr. each socket stands for 16 inputs where you can connect any video device such as ( cam, dvd player, satellite box reciever , game consoles etc.....) this socket are mostly terminated by BNC connector.
connect any video device to any of the socket and from the DVR panel select the channel where you plug your device.

note: if you'll gonn a connect a dvd player or game consul it is always the "yellow" colored cable to connect to DVR input. but if you'll connect a CCTV cam no worries because cctv cam already have a BNC termninated cable just hook it straight to DVR.

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Mark

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