Question about Hisense Televison & Video
I have a DSTV Satelite connected to two TV's the main TV works on channel one and the second TV is not picking up the second channel. please help me.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Please scan channels
try hitting the input button or go to channel 3. the sat box can only output to channel 3 or 4 or if using Dish network try channel 66 or what ever the channel it outputs. it also can output via video cables so check each video setting on the set. make sure the box is on first.
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
SOURCE: dstv to dvd recorder connection
Posted on May 02, 2009
SOURCE: My samsung tv model number
This can be one of a couple of things. If you had the power go out it is possible the tv just needs to rescan the incoming signals to find the channels. It's also possible that the video source was changed so that perhaps it is looking for a signal where there is none. ie it should look for cable but is looking at aux input and not seeing anything. If you are seeing a blank blue screen this is probably all that is wrong. You need to go into the menu then setup and select source and then scan the channels. This will be in your owners manual and is easy to do. Usually you only ever do it once when first you get the tv.
If that checks out and you are sur eyou are getting a incoming single then the tv reciever section may have failed. When you have ruled out the souurce then you may need to take it to the repair depot. You should contact smasung and get the closest repair dpot location. You can just go to the webpage and look under support to find and then call and see if they will give an estimate. The repair cost could get close to what a replacment tv would cost.
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
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Posted on Aug 13, 2010
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