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Query by pickupman546237: “Cable band detection failed” Olevia 437?
I have had my Olevia 437 for properly more than a year and have had no troubles with it till this week when I moved into a new apartment. Previously I have been finding cable from a box and then sending the signal from the box to the tv with the yellow/red/white cables and every thing worked fine. But now I am in a apartment had been I just plug the cable into the wall, search for channels and go. But when I do “auto search” I get an error message:
“Cable band detection failed. Please search for cable band manually.”
What does this mean? I utilised all the other options to search for channels and none of them find anything at all. How do I search for the cable band manually? Or is some thing wrong with my Tv? I know there is signal in the wall and that the cord is fine, so what may well be the difficulty?
BTW: The channel search choices are HRC, IRC, Standard, and Auto. The Auto Channel Search is the 1 not operating…
Any assist appreciated!!!
Answer by playsguitars
that most likely means that it can not accept the specified band that it is looking for. try normal, and make positive its connected to the suitable wall jack (the one with signal. you can take a multimeter to it to check which it is.) ought to be good to go. just do a channel scan and they should seem as they are received. good luck!
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