Question about Insignia Televison & Video
Cable spliced to spare room tv not on box but gets some cable station I am unable to get pass the set me up page to do set up for chromecast.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: channel keeps changing
I had the same problem and eventually found the solution. the tact switches behind the front panel buttons tend to leak when they get old causing them to activate by themselves. take off the back cover and the switches are mounted on a small circuit board that just clips in. remove the channel up and down switches from the board and clip it back in. your TV should work fine again. you of course will have no control with the front panel buttons but the remote will still work.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
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The term pass through does not necessarily mean passive. What you could have is a switched pass through system. which basically means as long a power is on the signal is not acted upon by the device hence the signal passes through the box when the power is switched off the box stops passing the signal. if you want the signal to from the Sat box to the TV and bypass the DVR you could use a switch to do that (this is just a suggestion).
I hope this helps,
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