Assistance needed!!!!! Hello! I recently purchased a new Hitachi C21 F800S TV. However, I was not aware it was made in Japan. The company sent me an adapter for the extension cord. But, I can't figure out how to connect my cable service to the set. Could you please provide instructions to me, whether I need to buy another accessory piece, or what I can do? I haven?t had the opportunity to even see what the picture looks like yet.
A cable-ready television and the manuals that came with the set.
An RG6 quad shield coaxial cable with "F" connectors at both ends (This is a common cable that you probably already have.)
Getting your television connected:
Plug TV into electric outlet.
Connect one end of RG6 cable into the back of your TV and
connect the other end of the RG6 cable into the cable jack of the
EagleNet box. The EagleNet box is located on your wall. The cable connection has an icon of a TV above it.
Turn TV on and set TV to "CATV" mode. You must make sure
the TV is set to CATV mode. Some TVs do this through an on-screen
programming feature. Others have a switch on the side or the back of
the TV set. Consult your TV's manuals.
You should now see a clear picture.
If you don't, contact your R.A. or call x2-HELP (2-4357) to report
a problem. If you call x2-HELP, staff may be on other calls. Leave a
voice mail message with your name, phone number, residence hall, room #
EagleNet box # and a brief description of the problem.
If you are only receiving the first 13 channels, your TV isn't in CATV mode yet. Check this first before you call for help.
If you are only receiving the first 35 or 36 channels, your TV
is too old and isn't capable of receiving 60+ channels. If you have a
cable-ready VCR, you can try using the VCR to tune the channels by
connecting the VCR to the EagleNet jack and then the TV to the VCR.
*See note below
If you have a VCR or DVD player:
You may need a 1000 mhz cable splitter. See notes below.
An RG6 quad shield coaxial cable (see above)
VCR or DVD Manual
Due to the vast variety of VCR and DVD
Player types and functions, Information Technology Services cannot
offer support for VCRs or DVD Players. Consult your owner manuals for
Plug VCR or DVD Player into electric outlet.
Connect one end of RG6 cable into back of the VCR/DVD and connect other end of into the TV.
Do you need a "splitter"? A spliter is a small device
which allows you to connect two cable devices to the same cable line.
You will need this splitter if you want to watch one station and record
another at the same time. The setup varies with model of VCR or DVD
Player. Any electronics store will have splitters available and can
help select the right one.
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Here is a small diagram it shows how to connect the player to a tv. the next thing is are you having problem with the DVD player or Tv? Do you have any problem with dvd player not reading the disc or is it just the connection problem.Any ways please look at the below diagram.
Contact Hitachi directly to obtain a new remote control or search the internet for any of several suppliers of OEM remote controls. A universal remote control may or may not generate the particular code you mention but you can use its code search function to find a code that will work.