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You said you tried hooking the HDMI up directly from the TV to each component, and that worked. How is it usually hooked up - through some kind of switch? I'm not completely understanding your setup here.
first of all select ur sub woofersauto mute (auto power off ) switch to off position.
then connect the mic and calibrate ur system one more time. after calibrationselect it to on position. u will surely get it work. if need any further assistance feel free to contact through fixya.
HDMI ports 5 and 6 on the back of tv no longer are working. (We had a series of thunder storms so don't know if that is how they got damaged or if it was something else) but moved HDMI input cable to HDMI port 4 on tv and everything is working again. Service call placed for warranty service on tv to repair bad ports.
searching for satellite signal means its not getting a connection between the satellite and the receiver itself. you can check on the back of the receiver where the satellite cables comes in, unplug the satellite cable make sure there is a copper pin sticking striaght up there to make sure its getting a good connection. also if you know where your splitter is, it has a few lines coming in and a few coming out, its somewhere between the dish and the receivers. usually in an attic or basement, or it could be at the dish itself. make sure those lines are tight, no cracks or breaks in the lines. also if your dish is easily accessible check the connections at the dish to make sure none of them have come undone or loose.
you most likley blew a fuse . take it to a repair shop it you live in an area that has lot's of storm activitey you might want to look in to getting serg protection on your elect panel to save repairing other thing's in your home. thank you please rate mee
Error 020 is a ROM dimm error, could be as simple as reseating/replacing Rom Dimm or a expensive main PCB, you need to get hold of a oki dealer, contact oki to find closest OKI repair agent. www.oki.com