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The sky box is the box you use to watch TV
The flat panel is just the monitor to receive the picture from the sky box you cannot tune the TV to receive the sky EPG signal
Use the HDMI input in the TV menu that the sky box is attached to
Here In my place in India, you can attach only one tv to the sky set top box.That too with AV cables. The program or channel changing is done by box only. The tv works as a monitor and has no role in program selection. You can attach a second tv to the box not through antenna cable but through AV cables only. That too if the box is having second set of output sockets. In that case both the TVs will receive the same programmes. To watch different programmes on the second tv you will have to go for an additional box.
Hi Jim, your nearly there, all you need to do is go into the tv menu and move from DTV to the old type channel numbers and then find the bit where you can manually tune the tv to channel 68.
Have a sky menu picture running and you will see it come in.
If the TV set is on the same stand as the Sky box then you don't tune at all. Connect with either a HDMI cable or a SCART. Use the AV input on the TV.
If you mean you have a bedroom set, and Sky is piped around the house on RF, then that's something different.
Make sure your TV has an analogue tuner as well as the digital one used for Freeview. (check the remote for a TV/DTV button). Go in the the TV tuning menu, and do an Auto tune for both analogue and digital.
On your sky remote press interactive-skyactive-help-set up my remote follow instructions. If your Model No not on list keep checking for updated info. If no joy then contact goodmans customer services.
If you wish to get some details; visit the site linked here. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
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You didn't state where you are geographically but I suspect GB.
I would recommend purchasing about any 'universal' remote; they are offered here for under $10 US (another week or two and that will be pocket change for any European).
It would be wise though to check the website of the manufacturer to ensure your set is covered.