You can turn on tv and both lights are green. Top left corner of the tv says no signal. Sometimes the tv will shut itself off and the tv only, goes to red light. Unable to get picture and sound. I've ran a whole new cable line direct and still same problem. I've tested another tv and cable line works fine.??? Any suggestions? Philips TV model 42FD9954 and E Box model is FTR9965.
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if you are using CHUNGHOP RM-306E this would be applicable for all brands of TV..
1) Turn on the TV
2) Press S button (top left corner) until red light on
3) Press Green button (power button top - right corner)
4) press volume + button (blue at the middle on the left) until the volume signal display on the TV
5) press S button again
Now you are set..
Test the remote function it should be working now.. if not repeat the steps above until you got it working..
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The no signal message is there because the screen is waiting for a signal from the receiver, it then switches into protection mode (flashing red). The usual cause is a blown protection fuse inside the receiver.