Question about Televison & Video
I recently bought the RCA DTA800 Digital Converter from WalMart. I have it installed and working. However, the it turns off (not standby) after only a few minutes. It does not turn back on with the remote or the button on the unit. I had to unplug it and plug it back in before it would turn on again. Then it did the same thing again. I gave up on it and left it alone. After a few minutes it turned back on by itself. I checked the setting that turns it off after a certain time limit, but that doesn't seem to be the problem. Is this something fixable, or do I need to exchange it?
The DTA800 has a Power Saver feature that turns the unit off after 4 hours if it is idle (no volume or channel changes).
Press MENU button, press #5 (Setting/Configuration), press #3 (Power Saver) Select OFF to de-activate this feature (no Power Saver).
This is covered on page 11 of the DTA800 user manual.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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