Question about Televison & Video
It would help if we would know the exact brand and model of your tv and set top box and with what cables they are connected.
In the mean time you can do some testing on the tv to make sure it's a setting problem , not an actual fault: take out all the cables from the tv, plug an aerial antenna in it, select the antenna as a source and try to see something - even if you see just snow it means that the tv as a whole is operational
To see if the box is ok all you have to do is to plug it in another tv and try to see something with it. If you can't then it's time to call the cable guys, the box is done for.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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