Question about Olevia LT32HVM 32 in. LCD Television
What exactly do you mean by "tried to fix it"? I think that would help us find a solution - nothing you do with a remote for either unit should stop you getting a signal. I suspect all that has happened is that your TV is not on the channel that recieves the cable output, first thing to try is turning both units off by unplugging them from the power supply and leaving them for a couple of minutes, then turn the TV on first, then the cable box - hopefully it will auto select the right channel. If not then you need to pull up the on screen menu to select the input source (should work from the menu button on the TV remote even if you have no input from the cable box) - check the troubleshooting on this link for a more detailed description; http://www.olevia.com/support/troubleshooting_steps.aspx Hopefully this solves the problem, if not then here is the link for the user manual, which has much more detailed troubleshooting; http://olevia.fileburst.com/manuals/323_English_User_Manual.pdf If you need any help with the steps in that then please ask again. If you get no luck still then I would be tempted to suspect either a fault in the cable box itself, or the cable connecting it to the TV or the network. Doesn't sound like this is the problem from what you have described so far - give us more detail please and we can investigate more. Hope this helps :)
Posted on Jun 23, 2007
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