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Connecting mac to celcus tv

I am using a mini display port to HDMI Adapter from my Macbook Pro to my Celcus TV it used to work and I could watch Netflic etc but no for some reason it doesn't work anymore and when I attach the lead to the TV and select the correct HDMI channel it just says 'No Signal'. Can someone help me fix this? I don't know if I should be selecting a certain thing to make it work

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SOURCE: No signal input when connecting PC to LG TV via HDMI

Do you also have a computer monitor attached to the computer when attempting to use the HDMI?

Posted on Mar 30, 2009

SOURCE: I'm trying to hook my Macbook Pro to my TV

Hi
It may just be possible that DVI signal does not convert to HDMI signal. So in theory this may not be possilbe for you to get a result with your present attempt. May i suggest connecting to the DVI port of the TV. i.e Mini Display to DVI.

Regards

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YOU USE VGA PORT FOR CONNECT LG MONITOR .

Posted on Sep 07, 2011

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SOURCE: What is the 'One4All' remote code for Celcus TVs?

Try these codes. If it do not help you, Try code search method.
0147 0135 0250 0257 0310 0394
Code Search Method

  1. Manually turn on the device (TV, VCR, etc.) to be controlled.
  2. Press and hold the SETUP button until the red indicator stays on, then release the SETUP button.
  3. Press and release the desired Mode button (TV, VCR, etc.). The red indicator blinks once, then stays on.
  4. Press the CHANNEL UP button repeatedly (up to 300 times) until the device to be controlled changes channel. The red indicator blinks, then stays lit.
  5. Press and release MUTE to install the code. The indicator light goes off.
Most users will want to store VCR codes under the VCR button, Cable codes under CBL, etc. If you want to store a VCR code under CBL, etc., first follow the procedure for Direct Code Entry and press CBL in step 2 of Direct Code Entry, then enter ANY VCR code in step 3 of Direct Code Entry. Then follow the steps above for Code Search.

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SOURCE: channel selector doesn't work

If only 1 button does not work it may be a problem where some liquid got inside--

Some units have a lockout feature which will disable most or all buttons on the remote and or the set.

If set changes channels with the buttons on the set problem is with the remote--they can be tested easily.

Posted on Apr 16, 2012

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