Question about Hitachi Televison & Video
SOURCE: NO Signal on TV but Foxtel works
I am assuming that you have confirmed that your Foxtel works in another TV but not with the Toshiba 37WLT66A and that you are using a single feed from the cable provider and split into two (or more). Additionally, this is a standard cable connection.
If the unit is new, then perhaps it is a matter of programming the Channels using Cable not Std or Air in the menu. If the Toshiba has been used before in the same setup, then possibilities are:
1. cable/connector leading to the Toshiba;
2. splitter or distribution amplifier (if present);
3. worst case scenario, tuner block of the Toshiba.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
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Posted on Jun 10, 2008
It is very likely that cross talk does corrupt the link but for Panasonic to "blame" anyone else is not very professional. Anyway, if it worked for 6 months perhaps disconnecting the Foxtel IQ and reestablishing the Viera link with the Panasonic devices then reconnecting the Foxtel IQ for another 6 months of happy viewing. This is not a permanent solution but the alternative doesn't seem to be an option.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
My problem was really a solution. I was just trying to warn others using Arista boards to not filter their Foxtel signals through their boards. I solved my problem by bypassing the Arista board, Foxtel Australia tell me that their IQ+ boxes have surge protection built in. I guess when you get a surge, the Foxtel box burns out and you have to get Foxtel to come out and replace it.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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