Question about Televison & Video
Standard CRT TVs generally have a couple of inputs that BYPASS the tuner portion built into the TV. If you are using a standard coaxial connection you should see the signal from your cable box on either channel 3 or 4 (you may have to set your TV to search for signals in the TV's setup menu). Otherwise you may be able to use a composite connection that uses a cable with tree plugs (red, yellow and white). When these are plugged into the cable box out put and the corresponding plugs on the tv, then tune to "input 1" or "input 2" by changes the channel downward below channel two. You should see your cable signal. Then you change channels using the cable box only and not the tv. Your manual may be available at no charge from the manufacturer's website.
Posted on Oct 19, 2013
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