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Re: where do plugs go on back of unit. have direct tv...
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follow the following steps to connect DVD with Direct TV Receiver---
Place the VCR and DirecTV box
near each other. This depends on your entertainment setup. However, you can
place the VCR on top of the DirecTV box or next to the device. Be aware of any
vents on the top or bottom of your VCR and DirecTV box. Do not block the vents.
Hook the first coax cable to your
"Antenna In" outlet on the back of the TV. This is your metal cable
TV connector. Turn the coax until it is securely tight on the back of the TV.
Screw the other end of that coax
cable into your VCR. Find the metal connection that is the "RF Out"
or "Antenna Out." Tighten the end into the VCR until it will not turn
Use your second coax cable and
fasten it to the "RF In" or "Antenna In" on the back of the
Screw the other end of the second
coax cable into the "Out to TV" on the back of the DirecTV box. Be
sure that all of the coax cables are tightly secured to the devices.
Plug your VCR into a surge
protector. Then turn on the VCR.
Add your VCR to your universal
remote. Instructions for this process are located in the remote manual. Change
between your DirecTV and VCR by pressing the "Input" or
"TV/Video" button on your remote.
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When you plug the AV cables into the receiver make sure that the channel that it is plugged into is selected on the front of the receiver. Also note that the receiver should have a monitor output that should be plugged into the TV and the TV input must be selected on the TV.
First thing would be to check all the input settings on the TV and Receiver. Without knowing how it's connected, follow the cables from the Direct TV receiver to the AV receiver then to the TV and note the location. (input name) on the electronics back panel. Then make sure the TV is on that input, (Video1, Video 2, etc) Same on the AV Receiver, make sure the name on the back of the unit where the video cable is plugged into is displayed on the front of the Receivers display (CBL/SAT, HDTV, etc.) Lastly, make sure all the products are "on" especially the Direct TV receiver. It happens! Hope this helps. If you still have an issue, post a comment/reply and I can help you further diagnose the problem.
First off, you need to hook up audio and video by using an A/V cable to connect the DVD player to the TV, yellow, white and red jacks are coded, match the jacks up, put one end of A/V cable to DVD player OUTPUT jacks and the other end to INPUT jacks in back of TV. Also same with Direct TV receiver, hook top set of jacks to TV, with A/V cable, also connect coaxial cable from satelite to matching satelite input jack. Connect power cables, and then you're set. Good luck to you!
I'm sorry to hear about your DISH Network DVR-625 receiver. If you don't mind me asking & to allow me to further assist you, what exactly do you mean by "dead unit"," For example, was it working and has suddenly stopped working? Does it power on, can you see any lights on the front of your receiver? Is it plugged directly into a electrical outlet on the wall, or is it plugged into a power strip/surge protector? If plugged into a power strip/surge protector, please attempt to bypass by plugging the receiver directly into an electrical outlet- if plugged into an electrical outlet please try a different outlet. I hope these few tips may help but if not and you need further assistance please feel free to contact me @ Kirstie.Filosa@Dishnetwork.com :) -Kirstie DISH Network
If the TV just Flickers for a few Seconds then the Picture is Good and Stable, That is just the HDMI re-syncing often due to different signals from 480i to 1080i being broadcasted.
If it continues to Flicker then check the options for Video set-up in your DTV menu.
Make sure all available resolutions are checked to display or select AUTO if possible.
TIP: NEVER Unplug or Plug in HDMI cables with the Power ON.
This can Short out the HDMI Input leading to a Repair.
Turn off All Units then plug in your cables, When ALL are in then hit the Powers.
if both receivers are plug into their own inputs on the back of the television, go into the remote set up screen and program the av1 or av2 as a seperate receiver. this will all the remote to send a different signal to the receivers so they wont change at the same time.
i have a ilo 32 in hdmi hdtv and i have mine hook up to direct tv .on the back of the receiver plug your red,white and yellow into the audio 1 of the direct receiver. on the back of your ilo tv plug the other end to the av1 and use S-VIDEO ALSO. plug the sat cord to the ant.in. on the tv set remote hit video and go down to s-video and hit ok. you need to plug all three plugs into their color ans the s-video too in the AUDIO section. mine works great !