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HAVE AN AERIAL CNNECTED TO MY TV BUT WHEN I DO A TUNE IT SAYS THERE IS NOT SIGNAL? ANY IDEAS. IT IS A WHARFEDALE WITH BUILT IN FREEVIEW

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If you know your aerial is ok check if you can receive any analogue channels if not, is the tv going in to search but not finding anything. If it is a LCD tv I have had problems with the prescaler chip but be aware there are two versions of chassis with different prescaler boards.

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Can you tell me how to tune in a channel when ppreparing to use a freeview box on a onyx sw 1536 ld


Unless you've got an "expensive" Freeview box that modulates its output on to the RF (Aerial) connector then you can't. Most Freeview boxes have 2 aerial connectors - 1 IN from the Aerial itself and 1 OUT to connect to the TV - BUT this is ONLY a PASS-THROUGH connection. This means that the digital Freeview signal which is decoded from the aerial signals is NOT output on the OUT connector and sent down the co-axial cable to your TV. Only the "old" ANALOGUE (not Freeview NON DIGITAL) comes down that co-ax. What you should do is connect the Freeview box to your TV with a SCART cable via the SCART connectors on both. You need to select the AV input on the TV using the remote.
Even if you do have an "expensive" box that does modulate the digital decoded programmes and output these of the RF OUT connector, you should still use a SCART cable as the picture produced will be far better
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You need to try and isolate the piece of equipment which is causing the problem.

You've already tried the aerial lead direct to the TV and this is OK.

Disconnect all scart leads and try the RF on its own.

Try the Aerial lead to video, then video to TV.

Try aerial direct to Sky box, then to TV.

Try just connecting the RF out from the Sky box to the TV (no aerial input), can you tune into a good channel 68 picture from the Sky box.

Then Try the VCR to the Sky box (no aerial input), see if you can tune into the VCR and Sky channel.
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I rang the Alba helpline, whose cs lady told me I should have an outside aerial with this product anyway, and advised me to move my indoor aerial to the window-sill. Worked. Happy.

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Im trying to tune in my old super nintendo my lcd tv that has built in freeveiw but i cant find the channel!


Has your freeview tv got a built in RF i.e (not a digital freeview) tuner? If it hasnt then you wont be able to tune it into your LCD TV by connecting it through your aerial socket. However I think you can get a cable so that you can plug the nintendo directly into a scart or rgb input. Something like this.

http://www.consoleplus.co.uk/product_info.php?pName=av-cable-for-gamecuben64-and-snes&osCsid=0d6106987e4b7a95fc32bf0d45a3b6d1

Then you can just switch to your scart or rgb source on your telly and play on your snes.

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I have a Wharfedale Digital Freeview Receiver LPDV832B, having set this up following the instructions provided it appears I am not receiving all the freeview channels available ie BBC1, please advise.


It is very possible that you require an aerial upgrade to receiver all the digital channels available, you should check with a local aerial installer.
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I have tried to use an indoor aerial with signal booster for my UMC LCD TV but it does not pick up any digital signal.


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Do not understand how to set up my alba digi box to my television and recieve basic digital channels help!


Hi.

Ok
1) plug aerial in to the antena in sock on freeview box.
2) plug short aerial type lead in to rf out socket on freeview & antena in socket on TV.
3) plug A scart lead in to the socket marked TV on freeview box & the other end of scart in to one of the scart sockets on the TV.
If your TV has more than one socket plug it into the one marked AV1 or AV2.

4) plug in freeview to mains electricity & switch box on.
5) Turn TV on freeview should appear automatically if it doesnt look on your TV remote for A button marked AV or a button with either A circle or square with an arrow going through it you may need to press this several times until you see digi picture come up.
Thats basically it but do check that you dont need a new aerial etc to be able to get digi signal in your area.

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There is such a thing as a HD areial, but in this case it sounds like you need to point the antenna in the right direction. If your freeview is digital then there is a diredtion the areial needs to piont, and there is a front and a back to it. You need to find where the signal source is located and point the areial in that direction.

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