Question about Televison & Video
Yes you should be able to fix this. The first thing is to familiarize yourself with the places on your television to connect things to it.
You have one antenna input. That is where the coaxial cable is screwed in. The coaxial cable reminds you of a waterhose being attached to a spigot outside. That may be where your dish tv receiver is connected to your television.
Further you have one component input where you can attach a dvd or bluray player, an hd dish receiver, dvr or the like. That is the red, green, and blue colored female space on the television.
You have one S Video input that is labeled and various things can be connected there but it is not very good picture quality so I don't recommend it.
Lastly you have two video/av/RCA inputs--the yellow, red, white female places on the television.
What I am suggesting is reconnecting your dish tv receiver to the television in one of its video/av/RCA female inputs. You will need a yellow, red, and white composite cable. If you find that your dish tv receiver is already connected to the television this way please connect it to the other video/av/RCA input on this television since this television has two. If you have another composite cable use it instead of moving the same cable to another part of the television because the cable might be at fault.
You will have to change inputs. Hopefully the remote you have will allow you to change inputs. There should be a button that says either input, av, video, tv/vcr or the like.
I assume the dish tv receiver is connected with a coaxial cable to the antenna input. The television would have to be turned to channel 3. However if this isn't the main television then you would have the television tuned to a different channel. Dish would tell you what channel that would be.
Finally the problem could be with the television or the dish receiver itself. With the basic troubleshooting of reconnecting the receiver to the television with a different set of cables to a different part of the television you should be able to rule out the dish tv receiver itself. In order to rule out the television you would have to connect another device to the television like a dvd player, vcr or gaming system.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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