Question about Toshiba Televison & Video
I have got a Toshiba RD-85DT DVD Recorder with Digital Freeview and 160Gb Hard Drive. I can't figure out how to retune the freeview as there are a lot more channels now.
Can you help?
SOURCE: Cannot get freeview anymore
it sounds like it is a signal problem check all conections to arial also if your signal has gone week you will have trouble picking it up but first check all cables and conectors if this dont solve problem then the problem might be that where the arial plugs into the digital box this might have a bad solder or circuit problem just make sure all cables and connections are secure does it let you see the signal strengt in the setup mode some do some dont let me know how you get on
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
If your cable is connected with just a scart lead (in AV2) you just put the recorder onto the AV2 channel. You need to connect the cable decoder to the recorder via an arial lead to be able to tune it in but there is no need just use the AV channel.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
You can only record freeview channels through your box.
Assuming the digi-box has two scart sockets, connect as follows:
To record from the digi-box, select AV1 / E1 / EXT1 on the DVDR3380
If you are doing timer recordings, you will also need to leave the freeview box on the channel you wish to record, or set the freeview box timer.
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
SOURCE: DVDRHD400F tuner has no sound.
First of all check all your audio connections make sure the output o of the receiver goes to the input of your tv.
Keep me posted.
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
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