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The combi AKAI Aled 2402 gives the sign 'No signal' when I want to start the TV. What can I do? Please your reaction ! Jan

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Are you using regular tv or cable or dish? If you have a cable or dish box, make sure the power is on and connected to the correct hdmi port or rca jack. Make sure tv is on the correct channel that the cable/sat/dish is plugged in to. If you are just using regular broadcasted tv, then you could have a poor signal or the tuner could be faulty.

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