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I tried to hook up our tv to a digital video recorder box today and it didn't work at all....now the t.v has a blue screen and the prior box doesn't even work......PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!

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First check your tv,if has a digital input or your digital video,has a analog output. and try to connect it from anolog out from your video to analog input to your t.v or from digital out to digital input of your tv. another one is the type of system you are using.it should be compatible to your system,example: your digital video is ntsc,then your t.v should have a ntsc system also.

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It sounds like you need to switch back to the original input on the TV the one that you would have been playing your DVR through is receiving no signal therfor no prev. CH

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