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Re: Sanyo DP 37647
What input did you connect the satalite to? Probably one of the
'video' inputs I'm guessing, which means you have to select that video
source using the 'INPUT' button on your remote. (Some makers use
different names but you get the idea)
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You haven't enough information here. However, looking at your other posts I am assuming that you've got everything hooked up and can't get a signal. Most modern TVs need you to select from the menu a selection where you need to select the input type (either antenna or cable/dish). After making your selection there should be a scan option. This tunes the tuner to different frequencies and detects what channels have signals on them. So, you let it go through the scan and wait for it to finish. After it is finished, it should have programmed in the channels correctly. Then you can go back to default power on mode and hit the channel up button and watch the different channels. Good Luck.
No,This tv is a CRT tv-(Tv Tube).All small tvs with CRTS design are analoge tvs.Tv must have a Converter box to convert for analoge tv to DTV signals to recieve for free broadcasting DTV tv stations signal.Must have pay signals like satalite Dishes,Cables or Telecoms signals.This tv can be use without a Converter box.
Is this a tv2 off of the primary reciver from another room?
If so there is a 2 step process to help you fox this.
Generally yes it is 60 or 73 but some installers do change it.
If it is on 60 The it will be on 60 AIR not 60 CABLE , if it is on 73 then is will be on 73 CABLE not 73 AIR..
To simplify this for you go into your tv's menu and select your air/cable type to air and have the tv do a channel scan. once complete use your remote and go up and down the channels in air mode it may find more than one. check and see if any of them are your dish box. If not then go back into the tv menu and select your air/cable setting to cable and repeat a channel scan. again once complete use the tv remote to go up and down channels untill you locate your dish box. If you do both of these and still do not have your signal verify that there is no VCR or DVD player "ON" at that location. They can be hooked up, just not on. Also some tv's have an antenna A and antenna B on the back of them , if your does make sure you test with both antenna connections. If you go thru all of this and still cannot get a signal then a line may have gotten cut or dissconnected and they need to send a tech out.
bring the tv out to the main tv and hook it up to that connection to determine if it's the TV or the connection. Or try hooking up a VCR to the tv while the TV is set to CH 3. Do you get a blank picture or a snowy Picture?
Well are you ready for this I hope you can under stand if not maybe I can draw a diagram. Starting with your stereo take the component video out and goto component on the back of your tv to component in then the stereo coaxial in to the digatl audio out on the DVD player then DVD player anntena out to TV anntena in then DVD anntena in to reciever anntena out and Sat cable to reciever. also s-video on Dvd componet to s-video on TV DVD player Audio out to Audio in on TV. Set Stereo to TV and DVD player to channal 3 or do auto scan and TV will work on 3 with the reciever and also TV works with Video 2 I hope this works for you good luck