Orion tv only has 2 channels and it's hooked up to cable
Hi, i have a little orion tv, maybe 13 inches, and it's been in storage for a few months and i can't remember how to do a channel search since i hooked it up to cable. i bought a universal remote control but still can't seem to get more than 2 channels when i have 65. can you help me, please? thank you, lindy
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In the menu screen, you must find antenna connections. For example " TV Air "(over the air channels 2 through 13) or cable TV. You must tell the menu to select cable TV (with the original remote). This will allow you access to channel 90. Thanks for asking and show a few hands of support.
There may be a short in the video game system, which could have fried something in the input circuits. And of course, make sure you have your TV cable plugged in, and the TV set to cable position before determining that the TV has an actual problem. Unfortunately, some functions may only be on the remote of course.
Turn the set on, hook the cable directly to the TV, take the remote control and press 1 - 1 and if the TV tunes in channel 11 then your set is fine. If the TV was autoprogrammed when hooked to a cable box then the only channels that will be stored in memory are 3, maybe 4 and AUX. To correct this simply go back into the menu and look for the "autoprogram" option and perform the autoprogram while the cable is directly connected to the TV, without a cable box.
If you have it hooked up to a digital box, it shouldn't matter if the TV is on cable or antenna mode. The only thing that matters is that the TV is on channel 3. Channels will be changed on digital box. Some newer TV's use input 1 or 2 or AUX for it to work. If I were you i would hook everything up and start playing with the channels going up and down until you get a picture.