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Satelitte to Cable-TV wont work

I recently moved from satellite to Cable and my TV won't work it shows "no signal." I changed the input from satellite to cable in input 1 and still wont work. Any suggestions?

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Check your satellite output. Maybe you change the option in the out.

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