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No signal on the tv in the livingroom

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No signal on the tv in the livingroom

when i turn on the TV in the livingroom on the screen its says chnel is not available ( no signal) can you please let me know whhat to do. If you want you can call me

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Re: No signal on the tv in the livingroom

Have tried reseting your cable-box?

 

Unplug it for at least one minute. Plug it back in and wait about 5 minutes for it to reset and reload the files. You might have to turn the box back on at that time.

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Re: No signal on the tv in the livingroom


MNtundraRET wrote:

Have tried reseting your cable-box?

 

Unplug it for at least one minute. Plug it back in and wait about 5 minutes for it to reset and reload the files. You might have to turn the box back on at that time.


Make sure you are on the correct TV input and if it is the TV input make sure the tv is physically on Ch3




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