Do you have another TV in house that works with this channel correctly? Do you have a VCR (or VCR/DVD combo) that you can use to tune to this channel? I'm wondering if your tuner is going bad on this one channel. Do you have SAP (Second Audio Program) turned on? You may want to turn it on and then check channel for sound. I'm assuming that you're getting your cable feed thru coax and not composite (red & white audio). If you are using composite, try switching the red & white inputs to see if sound comes in. It's possible that cable company is only outputting audio on left or right channel and something is wrong either with one of your TV's speakers or with the cable company's output.
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what exactly do you mean by "tried to fix it"? I think that would help us find a solution - nothing you do with a remote for either unit should stop you getting a signal.
I suspect all that has happened is that your TV is not on the channel that recieves the cable output, first thing to try is turning both units off by unplugging them from the power supply and leaving them for a couple of minutes, then turn the TV on first, then the cable box - hopefully it will auto select the right channel.
If not then you need to pull up the on screen menu to select the input source (should work from the menu button on the TV remote even if you have no input from the cable box) - check the troubleshooting on this link for a more detailed description;
Hopefully this solves the problem, if not then here is the link for the user manual, which has much more detailed troubleshooting;
If you need any help with the steps in that then please ask again.
If you get no luck still then I would be tempted to suspect either a fault in the cable box itself, or the cable connecting it to the TV or the network. Doesn't sound like this is the problem from what you have described so far - give us more detail please and we can investigate more.
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if you have a cable box then you will not need to search for channels. Depending on the cables you are using to connect your TV and cable box, the input channel the TV needs to be on changes. Cycle through your available inputs by using the Input or Video Source button on your remote. Check each one for audio/video. Once you are on the right input, use your CABLE remote to change the channels. DO NOT USE THE TV REMOTE.
If the cable from the cable box is attached to the TV via a coax cable, then all you need to change the TV channel to either Channel 3 or Channel 4. You may have accidentally push the CH button on the TV remote. Please post back what you find.
OK the cable box remote is the only one that can change channels in this case. because you are using the tuner in the cable box not the TV. all you need the TV remote for is to turn the TV on and off and turn the sound up and down. if you used the cable input on the TV then the tv remote would be used to change the channels.
If the remote to your box can be paired with your tv then you should be able to fix this problem simply by pairing digi remote with tv and while in tv mode on remote, hit the input button. That should change tv back to cable/antenna setting so that you may access channel 3. Hope this was helpful.
> I need to use the cable remote to change the channel and the TV remote to change volume. That is because your TV is looking at the output of the cable box (probably on channel 3 or 4) so the TV has to be statically tuned to see the cable box's output. On the second question; I, and perhaps others, can't answer this without spending a lot of time to download manuals for both systems while you have them (presumably, since they are new) on hand.You didn't include the TV's model number anyhow so even that wouldn't be adequate. The home theatre may have a receiver but what does it receive? Unless it also has channel capabilities that correspond to cable channels, it can't.The typical routing should be from the cable box to the TV S-video input and the sound can be routed separately from the cable box to either/or both, the home theatre's and also the TV's audio inputs. When I am installing new stuff, I make a sketch of the routing I want (or have) to use.To me, this is less confusing than the supplied instructions.
Same problem...Went to Goodwill Store, they usually have a large basket of remotes. I found a Daewoo remote for a TV only, HOWEVER on the bottom it has a AIR/CABLE button. The remote doesn't say Daewoo on it only..."Remote Controller R-25B03". The rest of the button of course work with the TV portion of the DVN-14F6N.