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I had a similar problem. After disconnecting my devices and rehooking them again. Was that you may need to reset the DVR to channel 3 or 4. Or go to settings and see if you see a a menu that reads "Reset to Factory Setings." Try clicking that and see if you can record from you DVR after you do it. It may be that your DVR was on the wrong channel of the DVR. I found this true with mine, it was set to channel 3. How it jumped to that channel is a mystery. Make suire your connections are correct in the back of the T.V. Red to Red, yellow to yellow, or white to white and "In to out." On the back of my HDTV it was so different. The cables from my DVR were R, Y, W. But on the back of my T.V. it was Green to Yellow, Red to Red Stereo, and White to White Mono. My instructions did not match what I had on my T.V. that is why it is very confusing. And 2. the instructions are too small for me to read. I called Customer Support for Toshiba T.V.'s. They told me to call Customer Support for Toshiba DVR. Which I did and they were also not able to help me. Then they told me to call Toshiba Customer Service for Toshiba DVR. I went back and forth. I did mention that before or the old way used to be that when you had an old VCR, you always had to put or switch the channel to Channel to 3 or 4. But they did not know what I was talking about. I finally reset the DVR to factory settings myself. I am almost 100 per cent sure that it will work now. Good luck, and I sure hope this helps.
Yes you can if you have a signal hooked directly to the tvs antenna input. On the side of the tv you have some buttons including menu, volume which act as left and right while you're in a menu, channel which are up and down while in a menu. So, press menu and you should see a menu on the screen.Open the terrestial menu then input configuration and choose either cable or antenna to match what you connected to the tv. then select done to put that in memory. Open the menu aagin, go to set up then installation, then terrestial, then channel program and select start. The tv will start changing channels and will put in memory any channel it finds while searching. After this is done you can use the channel up and down buttons to scroll through all the channels.
The Wii will work on the TV. Just try plugging into the ports labeled AV1 or AV2. The red, yellow, and white holes should line in a row with AV1 and AV2.
After you have them plugged in, press the INPUT button on the TV or the remote to get to the AV1 or AV2. It should work after that. :)
You should be able to use your remote control to do this.Your channel 73 is more than likely UHF 73 so you need to put your tv in the antenna setting rather than cable setting. Once you do this just input 73 with your remote.
Hope this helps!