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F2-1000T Digital Set-top Box.

The above system is installed in my Autotrail Dakota SE Motorhome and I am unable to get a picture on the TV screen or from the DVD player and I am unable to understand the instructions in the handbook. Could you possibly e.mail me simple instructions on how to get results for TV viewing and DVD viewing, put simply which buttons to press. Many thanks, John H.Price

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Red light is displayed when the product is in the Standby mode.
Green light is displayed when the product is in operation. if the unit is red press the power button.

DTV button on the remote controls your receiver
TV button well, that controls the tv

you are probably needing to click on the
AUX button on your remote to get your dvd player to be activated.

and the
TV/Radio button switches between those two.

When powering on your receiver for the first time after purchasing, the Installation Wizard is
automatically started. It immediately performs Channel Search.(You can run the Installation Wizard
in Default Setting.)
Please wait for finishing the Channel Search. If you want to stop
the Channel Search, select the OK button.
If the Channel Search is stopped or finished, the result of
Channel Search is automatically saved.
so if your not getting all the channels you should this would probably be a good step to do.

You can switch the current channel using one of the following methods.
1. Press the CH-/CH+ button.
2. Enter your desired channel numeric using the NUMERICAL (0-9) buttons to move to the
channel directly.
3. Press the TV/RADIO button to switch between TV channel and Radio channel.

You can set Audio or Video Output Control.
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Select Preferences using the button, and press the
OK or button.
3. Select AV Control using the button, and press the
OK or button.

When you connect an active antenna to the ANTENNA IN connector on the rear of the receiver.
1. Press MENU button.
2. Select Installation using the button, and press the
OK or button.
3. Select Antenna Power from Installation menu using the
button.
4. Press the OK or button to select On or Off .
On
5V power supply from the active antenna cable.
Off No power supply.


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There are three ways you can connect a DVD player to a TV. Component video gives the best picture quality, but requires 3 cables for the video signal alone. S-video needs only 1 cable but it isn’t as good as component video. Composite video is the easiest connection to make, but gives the lowest picture quality.

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    Component Video Connection




    Step1
    Get a component video cable. This cable has 3 sets of connectors, one each for the red, blue and green color signals.





    Step2
    Match the connectors to the appropriate video output jacks on the DVD
    player. Component video outputs will normally be labeled Cr/Cb/Cy. The
    Cy output jack is matched to green, Cr to red and Cb to blue.




    Step3
    Run the cable from DVD player to the TV. Most TV connections are made from the back panel, but this may vary.





    Step4
    Match the connectors to the appropriate video input jacks on the TV.


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    Moses Clive Aug 05, 2008


    S-Video Connection




    Step1
    Get an S-video cable. This cable has a single round connector with 4 pins.





    Step2
    Attach one end of the S-video cable to the S-video output jack on the DVD player.





    Step3
    Attach the other end to the S-video input jack on the TV.



    Composite Video Connection




    Step1
    Get a composite video cable. These types of cables are frequently
    bundled with two-channel audio cables. Composite video cables are
    tipped with yellow plugs.




    Step2
    Plug one end of the composite video cable into the composite video output jack on your DVD player.





    Step3
    Plug the other end into the composite video input jack on your TV.


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