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Can't get picture

My screen continues to say aquiring signal, I have hook all cables to my dish box and TV the same as another TV in the house and that is the messdage each time.. The dish worked fine when i had another tv hooked up!

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Hello matthew95765,
The TV is working, the message is coming from the dish box. What you need to do is to determine if the dish box is connected to the dish and that it has signal at the box, because the message it is delivering to the TV is that it is not receiving signal from the satellite. so you have to check the connection at the satellite and at the box because those are the only point that can generate the error you are getting.
I hope this helps,
Thank you,
Shuttle83 

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

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