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Do you mean no power or no cable?If you mean no cable,did you do a channel autosearch?Is it new or used?Even if it is 5 years old,an autosearch should pick up some digital channels.If it does not have the original remote,you will have to use the menu button on the TV to access the channel search.If none of these options work,it is simply a large paperweight.Universal remotes do not give menu access.Let me know how you make out.Just make a comment to this post and I will get a notice that you replied. Good luck! Greg
Notes (for TV RATING and MPAA RATING):
● You cannot access the setup menu when the
“PROTECTED PROGRAM by ...” message
appears. Move to an unblocked channel
before you hit [MENU].
● When you select a rating and set it to
[BLOCK], the higher ratings will be blocked
automatically. The lower ratings will be
available for viewing.
● When you set the lowest rating to [VIEW],
all other ratings will automatically be available
V-CHIP SET UP
To exit the menu
est1964-I am guessing that your tv is a duabrand, did you try to put in 00 as a channel alot of tv's use this as AV input,if not try to channel down to AV mode this is fairly common.Try that out and let me know,maybe we can figure this out. cooltek Feb.18/08
If you're on cable you need to make sure your set is in the "cable mode". After this you choose from the menu "auto program" or "auto search" and then hit the button on your remote or on the front panel and your set should go through all cahnnels and remember the ones that have a signal on them.