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  • Can I Use This Set Top Box In 2009 Instead Of A Digital Converter Box?

    Theoretically, you can use this set top box instead of a digital converter box in 2009, but only if the TV you want to attach it to has either Component (Pr, Pb, Y) connections or an HDMI connection. The set top box has no front panel display. Instead, because of the way it was designed, it [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • You're Not Getting Sound Through The Digital Optical Jack

    To get sound through the Digital Optical jack on your DTB-H260F, you must set the sound output to Dolby Digital. To set the sound output to Dolby Digital, follow these steps: Turn on your TV and the DTB-H260F. Press the Menu button on your DTB-H260F remote. The Menu appears. Use the Left or [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • You Can't Add An Individual Channel On Your DTB-H260F.

    Even thought the DTB-H260F user's manual says you can add an individual channel by itself, you can not. The user's manual is in error. To add an additional single channel, you must re-run the entire channel memorization process. Note: If you try to add an over-the-air channel, and the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • You Connected An Over-The-Air Antenna To Your DTB-H260F But Get No Reception.

    If you connected an over-the-air antenna to your DTB-H260F but get no reception, try the following to fix the problem: Make sure that you have over-the-air Digital/HDTV Broadcasters within range of your antenna. For information about Digital/HDTV Broadcasters in your area, click HERE. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The Guide In Your DTB-H260F Doesn't Display The Channels In The Same Order As Your Other Set Top Box.

    Your DTB-H260F does not memorize the channels in the same order as the box that was programmed by your cable provider, and will not display them in the Guide in the same order. However, all your channels will be there. For example, all your local HD broadcasters may line up on channel 80, with [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Your DTB-H260F Does Not Display Its Menu On The TV Screen.

    To get the DTB-H260F to display its menu on your TV, you must connect it to the TV using either the Component (Y, Pb, Pr) or the HDMI connections. If you've connected it to your TV using any other connections (RF, S-Video, Composite), it will not display the menu. Note: If you use the [Troubleshooting Guide]

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  • How To Tell What Firmware Version Your Set Top Box Is Running

    To Check For the Current System Version Number To check for your current system version number, open your Set Top Box menu and select Setup System System Information. The screen displays the current version. To Check For System Upgrade Information To get information on scheduled upgrades, [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Program Your Remote

    Depending on the kind of remote you have, there are two methods of programming your remote. Both methods are described below. Select the method that is appropriate for your remote. Note: Most remotes use Method 1. Method 2 is used primarily on remotes that work with DirecTV©. Method 1 To [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Reset The Password On Your DirecTV Box If You've Forgotten The Password

    If you have forgotten the password for your HDTV satellite receiver, you must contact Direct TV to establish a new password. Call Direct TV at 1-800-DIRECTV (1-800-347-3288). Important: If you have set ratings limits, spending limits, or channel lists for your DIRECTV® System, you need to [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Get Your Set-Top-Box To Work Off Air

    To get your receiver to work off air, attach an outdoor antenna to the AIR IN RF jack on the back of your receiver. You can receive both standard analog (NTSC) and high definition digital (ATSC) broadcasts (if they are available in your area) through a single outdoor antenna connected to this [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Get 5.1 Surround Sound From Your Set Top Box

    To get Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound from your set top box (STB), you have to connect either the Digital Optical jack or the Digital Coaxial jack on your STB to the corresponding input jack on an A/V receiver (usually a Home Theater receiver) capable of decoding the Dolby Digital 5.1 signal. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Tell If You Are Getting A Good HDTV Signal

    You can often clear up problems with HDTV signals such as ghosting by making sure the signal you are receiving is strong. There are a number of ways you can tell if you are getting a strong HDTV signal, depending upon the model set top box you have. Three ways are described below. Air LED Some [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Turn On Closed Captions

    Closed captions are on-screen text versions of the audio content of a program. The Closed Caption function on your set-top-box (STB) lets you turn closed captions on and off, set the language for closed captions, and choose the closed caption format (CC1 or CC2). To turn on and set the Closed [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Change The Video Output

    To change the video output on most Samsung set top boxes (STBs), you use the Resolution switch on the back of the unit. Generally, you can select 1080i, 720p, 480p, or 480i. To change the video output on some Samsung satellite receivers, you use the Resolution button on the front of the unit. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Connect A Standard VCR To Your Set-Top-Box

    Connect your VCR to your set top box using either the Video Out jack and its associated Audio Out jacks or the S-Video Out jack and its associated Audio Out jacks. If you have a choice, use S-Video. It will give you a higher quality recording. An example of a typical Video Out/S-Video/Audio Out [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Set The Time And Date

    To set the date and time on your Digital Set Top Box, follow these steps: Turn on your TV and Set Top Box. Select a channel that has a digital signal. Use the Menu Up/Down buttons to highlight the Setup icon, and then press Enter. Use the Menu Up/Down buttons to highlight the Auto Time setup [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Your Remote Control Will Not Work When You Are More Than 6 Feet Away

    To improve the range of your remote control, open the remote panel door on the front of your unit. When the door is closed, there is only a very small, clear hole for the remote's signal to pass through. This limits the remote's effective distance. With door open, the remote will work up to 15 [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Getting Over The Air HDTV Through Your Set Top Box

    If your set top box has an AIR IN jack on its back panel, you can connect one good OTA (over the air) outdoor antenna to it and receive both standard analog (NTSC) and high definition digital (ATSC) broadcasts over the air through the single antenna. OTA digital TV broadcasting uses the same [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • You Want Your Remote To Operate Your Non-Samsung TV But The Manufacturer Is Not Listed

    If the manufacturer of the device you are trying to program into your remote is not listed in your user's manual on the Code List pages, the Samsung remote will probably not operate it. You can try codes for other manufacturers, but it is unlikely that other manufacturer's codes will work. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The Video On Your Set Top Box Is Frozen But The Audio Continues

    Magnetic fields from speakers and other electronic devices with strong magnetic fields can cause the video from your Set Top Box to freeze. To unfreeze your picture, move any devices with high magnetic fields that are near your Set Top Box or move the Set Top Box away from these devices. Then, [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Your Set Top Box Won't Turn On

    If your set top box won't turn on, do the following: Make sure the set top box is plugged into a working outlet. Make sure the circuit breaker to which the outlet is connected is set to On. If the outlet is a switched outlet, make sure the outlet is switched on. If your set top box is plugged [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Your Set-Top-Box Keeps Losing All The Channels In Its Memory

    If your set-top-box keeps losing all the channels in its memory, you may be able to alleviate the problem by resetting the set-top box. To reset the set-top-box, turn it off, unplug it, and let it sit for ten minutes. Then, plug the set-top-box in, turn it on, and follow the procedures for [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • You Cannot Get Dolby Digital From The Digital Output Jacks On Your Set Top Box

    If the output from the digital coaxial or digital optical output jack on your set top box is not Dolby Digital 5.1, you probably have the output set to PCM. To change the output from PCM to Dolby follow these steps: Turn on your TV and Set Top Box (STB). Press the Menu button on your STB [Troubleshooting Guide]

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