Question about Roku Televison & Video
Make sure that you have selected the correct input source on your TV and you have plugged the Roku to the correct input ports.
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Connect the Roku box to your television in accordance with the procedure outlined in your Roku box's manual.
Select the type of network connection you have (wired or wireless) on the network screen, and provide the necessary information that applies to your network. Once a network connection is established, you should see the activation screen with an activation code.
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