I hate tvs.
September 17, 2007 3:58 PM   Subscribe

How can I get my satellite and old tv to play nice?

I have an old Sanyo tv: model DS19530. Haven't turned it on in a couple years. I hooked it up to my satellite and can't get a picture. (This is just strictly coax, tv is too old to even have RCA hookups.) I don't have a second receiver so I hooked up a splitter to just mirror the signal. My newer tv is working fine but not the Sanyo. I have checked the splitter backwards and forwards, switching the cables and it doesn't matter which output I use, the Sanyo will not show a picture and the new one will. I hooked up a nintendo to it, flipped to channel 3, works fine. But no satellite? I have flipped through all the menu options and other than switching it from air to cable, I don't see what else I can change. Help? Suggestions? Thanks!

PS Called the helpline. The guy knew less than I did.
posted by CwgrlUp to Technology (3 answers total)
 
Does the satellite box via coax work on a newer tv?
Also, please tell us your satellite receiver model. DirecTV or Dish Network?
posted by ALongDecember at 6:31 PM on September 17, 2007


Sorry, ignore my first question. It appears it does work. Does it work on the Sanya without splitting perhaps?
posted by ALongDecember at 6:35 PM on September 17, 2007


Directv. And no.
posted by CwgrlUp at 7:44 PM on September 17, 2007


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