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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No signal converter box.
Why is this in the computer section?
Anyway, don't exchange the box just yet! First, can you access the converter's menu? Because mine automatically comes up with the "no signal, call customer service" message, but I can access the menu fine -- so the hook-up is not the problem. If you can access the menu, let it autosearch for you, because mine can't be used until I do this. If you get the "weak antenna signal message", refer to the user manual to find out how to check your antenna signal strength; if it's in the weak range, you have to buy a better antenna, most likely from the official source: http://www.accessHD.tv
You can always exchange the box and repeat the process. Getting the "no signal" message is a good indicator that you've hooked everything up right, especially if it's accompanied by a customer service number. You can email me at email@example.com and I'll try to help you troubleshoot the problem if you like. I'm up all night.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
I'm not sure of your model number but those remotes use the NEC codes and the variants on the NEC codes. If that code set is not the databse, you may have to "learn" it on your particular remote.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
Yeah I have the same model and there's no built in antenna. You have to use an external. I used to work for the geek squad in a Best Buy store and I can tell you from experience that that salesman may or may not have actually known that there's no antenna built in. It's not uncommon for them to tell small lies like that to get you more interested in the product. I witnessed it a million times before I finally quit because they wanted me to be the same way.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
To put your digital channels into the memory of the DTV1300 or 1900 press the MENU/ENTER button. Go to CH SETUP. Press the VOL + button. Go to TV CABLE. Use VOL+ button to set to TV for antenna or CABLE for cable without a cable box. Go to AUTO CH MEMORY. Press the VOL+ button. Wait for the search screen to go away after the analog and digital searches finish on their own. Check ALL your channels with the CH up button. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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