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Ctgv-2736 satellite connection

Is it possible to connect the satellite receiver to this set and do I have to contact the satellite company that we are using a different television?

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  • tkpfinny Aug 02, 2008

    Thanks for your reply but we found out the problem is the satellite box is for HD and this set is not HD.

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No need to contact you can use any brand of tv set

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The manuals for some satellite company receivers are on their website. For example, Dish network manuals are here: http://www.dishnetwork.com/supportsection/manuals . Their manual for the Solo VIP 211k describes connecting the receiver to a SD TV on page 91 (page 97 in the PDF version).

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