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Volume is not controlled by the STB, but by the TV to which connected. Use the code search feature of your One For All remote to find a Zinwell code. If a search through all codes stored in your OFA remote fails, you may have to try a different universal remote. All universal remotes, even OFA, do not store all possible codes.
Is the remote set to adjust the volume on the TV? If it is going up all the way to 100% or Full on the TV then suggest checking the source. On some cable and satellite boxes they have a built-in volume control also. If that is set low, that would affect the amount of volume coming out of that device.
You have a limited number of TV brands that can be controlled by this remote as DTV converter boxes are just basic function devices. If your TV is not on the list, then it cannot be controlled. If your TV brand is on the list, look for the 3 digit codes next to your TV brand. You may have to try all the codes if one does not work. You should have the list on a separate leaflet that came with your converter box. Press PGM on the remote. Enter the 3 digit code with the number keys. Press OK. Test by pressing the volume button and see if it works. If not try another code next to your TV brand from the list. If you lost the leaflet then here is a link online to see this information: http://www.1800customersupport.com/productdocuments/DTA800_code.pdf
I'm assuming you have the DTA800 box.
Ur free air DTV converter box have problem taking in the programs codes belong to ur tv,belong to the remote.Turn the converter box off/on to reboot ur DTV converter box.Read ur owner manual,re enter ur tv codes,belong to ur tv.U tv should be up and running again.
Good day, I might be missing something here, but if YourTV has the basic controls on the TV itself, such as on/off volume, and channel select, then just turn on tv, and set it to channel 3. Use your converter box remote to scan for channels, and other options it has as needed.
Good day, You should have the instruction guide. If not look below. It's there but look closely for the guide itself and how to increase it's size to readable.
Check on the back of the TV to see if there is a 3 and 4 setting, If so, set to 3. With nothing connected to the tv, and using the tv's remote, scan for channels. It should come up with only channel 3. Then using the remote with advanced options, set the the input to either antenna or auto.
Connect the antenna cable to input on the converter box. Using the supplied cable connect the output from the converter box to the TV. Turn the TV on first, followed by the converter box. Then follow the instructions.
Not really easy so you'll have to fight your way thru it. Finding the right setting for the antenna will probably take the most time, requiring a station scan after each adjustment.
Can't really say my problem is solved Called the 1-800# and spent more than 1 hr. talking with various people and the consensus is that the Box is defective. Common sense and no real knowledge of electronics told me that before I ever called.
Solution - UPS will pick up the packaged Box between 8AM and 7PM today - very specific time!!!!
I will have a new one in 6-8 wks and by that time I will have NO TV reception. Asked if they could possibly put a RUSH on the order but that's like asking if I could get an invitation to the Inauguration!
Lots of frustration for purchasing an inferior product.
Be sure that your TV is set to channel 3 or 4 if you are using the RF cable or Video 1, etc if using the Audio/Video cable. The Installation Guide should appear. The "improved" picture that you are seeing is simply the analog throughput, not the digital conversion.