"How are you connected to the network? Wirelessly or Ethernet cable. What do you call a strong signal? What's your network speed? Where are you measuring your signal from? What sort of connection have you got now?"
"Firstly you'll need to use your sky dish on a sat box, UHF won't work. If you've scanned and still have no channels there's got to be something faulty and you will have to go through the process of elimination."
"Sounds like your LNB settings may be wrong. Try changing the local oscillator settings from 11300 to 10750 or vice-versa. The best option though would be to do a factory reset then find your LNB settings and autotune Freeview from there. "
"Mostly built-in Freeview works of a UHF aerial. Unless the tv has a built-in satellite tuner you will need to use a UHF aerial. If you used a push-in plug that will be UHF. If you used a screw-in plug on the TV there may be issues with the satellite…"
"Good luck getting that sorted. The TV manufacturers won't support a TV that is older than 2 years, for the simple fact that they want you to buy a new one. This is why I always suggest to my clients not to bother with a smart tv. Instead,…"
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