I have the cable connected from the Dish Network box to a vizio HDTV, and programmed the remote...
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if you go into the menu on your vizio you can do a channel scan, it should find it
you may need to scan both cable, and air.
if this does not work reset your receiver bu unplugging it for 30 sec and try again.2 comments
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Make sure your TV is on the correct corresponding input that the dish receiver odd plugged into check on the back of the TV to seewhich input you are using.if its and 10 and then turn your tv to channel 60 or 731 comment
I've been a tech for Dish Network for 12 years & Directv for 3 years. I also was a Paratrooper (509th)...
K, Alot of r new HD tv's no signal because they r not on the proper input. It's not dish networks receiver saying that because it would say acquiring satellite signal. It would also say 1 of 5. So if the receiver is at this tv it could b a certain input, or channel 3 or 4. If its the tv without the receiver it could b 22,60,73 or 116. U can also do a check switch & try to pull in the channel. Let me know if this helps, if not we can try something else.
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Press the INPUT button on the TV until the picture comes in.
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what cable is attached tot he dish receiver and the tv? if it is coax be sure you are from the tv1 output to the tv. if it is tv1 output and you have it to the tv's coax input you will want to put your tv on 3 or 4...if you are using rca cables (red white yellow) then you will want the tv input on video or input 1.
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what channel was the Sanyo on b4 switching to the Vizio?
anyhow, take your tv remote (not dish remote) and turn your tv to channel 22 or 60 or 73 or 116
one of the 4 channels should be it.
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make sure you have it on the right compontent.