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I suggest you go to the MENU setting and do a 'rescan' to see if you get the channels back. You might need to readjust your antenna, or make sure that the storm yesterday didn't damage your antenna, cable or power interruption on your TV box. Good luck.
Press the TIVO button. This should return you to the main screen. If this doesn't work, the box is most likely hung up. Unpolug the power cord, count to 10 and plug it back in. It will take a few minutes to boot back up, but this should fix the problem.
The static you are getting on your TV is because the TV is not on the correct channel or input setting. With the 311 receiver, there is either a coax or an RCA cable (yellow, white, red) going from the receiver to the TV. If you have a coax cable, the TV should be on channel 3 or 4 (usually channel 3). With the RCA cable, the TV should be on an input setting. You'll need to go through your input settings until you find the picture. Of course your DISH receiver needs to be powered on. I hope this helps.
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Not sure how the wind could remove a channel unless the antenna has shifted. Like 2 and a half men, its better to call the antenna guy! they have a signal strengh meter to tune it into the best position Otherwise try rescanning the channels to tune it all back in (with the remote)
Have you tried different sources? DVD or antenna? If it's low on either of these (antenna would be the better test because of the commercials) then it's the TV. If it's fine then ditch the dish and go with real cable TV, you will be happier anyway. Most digital TV's can use digital cable without the box if you don't use premium channels.
try changing the channel you outputing to. go to your tv1 location hit the menu button and choose number 6 system setup then number 1 instalation then number 5 modulator setup then change tv2's channel to like 65 then select done go to your tv2 put on 65 and see if this helps issue
I have found that with an ordinary antenna connected to the converter box it can receive nearly all channels, however I have run into cases where I had to use an amplified TV antenna to pick up signals. I have started telling folks that when they install their converter boxes to try to use the plain old rabbit ears antenna, but if that does not work, use an amplified antenna, and that usually does the trick.