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My TV was working perfectly fine 3 days ago when Sky cancelled my Sky free-view box. I got my Sky viewing card yesterday. Unfortunately I've lost my instructions for the TV and now I'm feeling lost i don't know what to do now? I've been trying to get the TV to work with sky. The TV screen says No signal but no Sky guide, pictures or sound. Please help I really appreciate it Many Thanks. Venturer
It sounds like your TV is on the wrong input. Look for a button that says input or source. Depending on the TV this will either provide an onscreen menu to select an input or it will simply scroll through the inputs. Turn on the Sky box and run through the inputs until you see something that looks like your Sky Box.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You must connect up the TV to the SKY box, via Audio Visual cables too, in order to watch, recorded programs. You need to hook, up, Component, HDMI, or Composite, You select it by an EXTERNAL channel.
Connect the cable running from the wall into the "In" port on the Sky Box HD receiver. This cable brings in the signal to your receiver. Make sure the cable is securely fastened to the receiver, otherwise you might experience image and audio issues.
Attach an HDMI cable into the HDMI port on the Sky Box HDTV receiver. The HDMI is a single cable that provides both HD audio and video signals.
Plug the other end of the HDMI cable into an available HDMI port on the HDTV.
Power on the HDTV and the Sky Box HDTV receiver. Press the "HDMI" button on the TV's remote control. This will display the cable contents of the HD receiver onto the television.
Posted on May 08, 2010
Make sure both deviced are set for 60 htz, it might be that there is a signal overly if one is set for 50 htz and one for 60 htz double check your screens refresh rate make sure its 60 htz as well. If it flashes once every second while staying on most of the second this could be it. check to also make sure all the cords are correctly positioned and try to keep the cords away from audio equipment stereos/ home audio, this can also cause signal issues.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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