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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: NO TV PICTURE
The best way is to contact your service provider and ask them to trouble shoot guide you, there should be a way to reset or diagnose the receiver or if you prefer go back to the place you bought it and ask for a replacement, You should still have the manufacturer's warranty, check that as well.
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
SOURCE: cable hookup and av hookup
Connect your TV to AV1 and you SAT/Cable Decoder to AV2.
on the video select the AV2 channel and it will record whatever is connected to AV2. The AV channel selected it is the input the one not selected is the output.
Some PPV Movie channels are copy protected with some service providers. But most channels are recordable.
The aerial lead coming in your house connects to the SAT/Cable Decoder 1st, then connect the output socket on that to the Video/DVD then the output on that to the TV. As long as the leads you use have different ends on you CANNOT plug them into the wrong socket. As the the aerial passes through each device, the device adds its own RF channel to the feed, so you should be able to tune both a SAT/Cable and a Video/DVD channel onto the TV set aside from using AV/Scart.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
Both previous solutions are correct, but there may be another step. Sometimes the switches are hard to see because they are small and hide near the antenna in and out jacks. But some newer VCR's don't have a selector switch at all. To choose between channel 3 and channel 4 output, you need to use the VCR's setup menu. So if you can't find a switch like the other posters mentioned, check the VCR setup menu for an output channel selection. Then, as previously mentioned, make sure that the VCR output channel is added to your TV's channel lineup.
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Posted on Mar 05, 2009
SOURCE: lost channels
What I did after loads of trial & error trying t follow peoples advice on here so not sure how much of it you need t do (Stage 2) might not be neccessary so try 1) followed by 3) & 4) first ;o) :-
1) Deleted all the channels & reset the factory settings to 0000.
Turned off the box at the plug, left for a couple of minutes & turned back on
2) I reinstalled the software at http://www.4shared.com/file/76886028/fd4ac296/GTRom_the_box_Super_8102e_081129.html?err=no-sess (Not sure if thats necessary but I did so try this if 3 & 4 dont work without reinstalling)
3) Turned on the Box & went into the menu pressed 1570 on main screen to get into the CAS SASTEM & turned the EMU key ON
4) Reinstalled the channels using Telewest (Even tho I'm with Virgin) & voila, it worked & I can get all the channels again ;o)
Good luck - Stace
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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