I didn't get an owners manual with my TV and I've tried several different ways to get my Satalite box hooked up and so far have had no luck in getting any of my channels. The only ones I'm able to pick up are the local channels
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If there is Video Out from your TV, there will be RCA jacks either at the front panel or at the back of the TV; marked as Video out and Audio out respectively, and you can connect to these sockets. If there is no such sockets at your Tv, means the TV has no video OUT option. http://electrohelponline.blogspot.com/
Tries unplug,replug tv and pay boxes back like about an hour later.Now tv and cable or satalite boxes are resetting itself back to the tv factory setting and cable or satalite boxes by rebooting and those pay boxes and updating it softwares.Now the the tv should work right again.If not call ur pay tvs providers get a another pay signals boxs.
U have paid cable, u don't need the converter box.Not even the analog tv require the coverter box, if u have paid cable or satalite tv or telicom signal.All ur tvs is hook up to the Comcast Cable correct?That all u need not, require the converter box.
If the tv works and its just the sattelite portion of the tv that doesn't work you can alway just use a new sattelite box and connect it to the tv via the rear inputs on the tv and then just select the coresponding input to view the sattelite chanels.
If you're not on cable or satellite, you will need an antenna to get off-the-air reception. This TV does not have a DTV tuner, so you will also need the converter box. Depending on how far you are from the broadcasters' transmitters, you might be able to get away with an indoor antenna. Or you might find that you get few channels with the inside antenna and then you'll need something outdoors. There are a number of styles to choose from.
The antenna hooks to the converter box, and the converter box then goes to the TV. It can be hooked to the TV's "ANTENNA" connector. This should be covered in the set's manual where it shows you how to connect a regular antenna. With the box, your TV will always stay on channel 3 or 4 (depends on how you set up the box) and you'll change channels on the converter.
You can also connect the converter to the TV with audio and video cables like you would a DVD player. Most of the "coupon-eligible" converter boxes include direct video and audio output jacks. This gives you better picture and sound quality than by hooking it to the TV's antenna input.
Hooking up a converter box is like going back in time to when cable TV was new and you had to get a converter box from your cable company. Same way of hooking it up. Hope this helps!
What input did you connect the satalite to? Probably one of the
'video' inputs I'm guessing, which means you have to select that video
source using the 'INPUT' button on your remote. (Some makers use
different names but you get the idea)
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