Was working fine. I diconected the unit to movre it to another room.also went from straight cable wire hookup to AT+T Digital cable,tried cable connection and sourse button on remote(all choices) and no picture or sound, just blue screen, tried AV connection, same thing, just blue screen. Any advice? Thankyou
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1st I hope the motel is giving you a discount for a room with no tv , second an educated guess would be that your tv is non digital and is set to receive an antenna signal , along about three years ago most all cable systems went to a digital system , this required a down converter for the older TV's to still be able to work on higher channels but some systems still sent 2-13 out on the wire for the older sets as well , essentially the converter takes a hi res digital signal and changes it to a fuzzy/blurry analog signal for the old tv's , silly as it sounds , there's millions of em working everyday in America that way
Only answer I got for you is where ever they felt like that day. I am a rv tech and can't ever get a straight answer out of manufacturer on locations of most wiring. What I have found is it is useually around the furthest tv from the cable hookup. If you only have 2 tvs in the unit the wall plate for the antenna bossier is the splitter for the 2nd tv.
If it is not turning on your problem is it is not getting power. Check your fuses. The reason an amp goes into protect mode is usually because the subs are not wired up right. Make sure your fuses are good, you have a good ground, and make sure your amp turn on wire didn't come loose when you were putting the deck back in. As for the amp going into protect you probably wired the subs down to too few ohms and the amp you have can't handle it. Try hooking the subs up straight w/o bridgeing them and turn it up to see if it works. If you don't have problems with it then you wired your subs wrong.
Did you try holding down the Power button until you heard 3 beeps? It is not uncommon for the video output to exceed the resolution of different television. This hard reset feature was added to troubleshoot such a problem, factory resetting the video settings.
Here's one solution, if you have an audio output from your tv, you can go from the audio output on your tv to the audio input on your receiver that way anything that is playing on your tv for example, playstation 3, dvd player etc. Anything playing on your tv will have audio on your onkyo home theater system. The other thing I would try if you want to hook ps3 directly to receiver is go to your connection settings on your ps3 menu and change your connection method to digital optical cable.
Make sure your audio outputs are turned on.Also try a connection from the tv straight to the stereo to see if you have sound !! If so then the problem is somewhere in between!! Check the settings for audio on these devices as well !! Good Luck !!1 Swampratt200 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAEEEEEEEEEE!!!!