08-30-2010 8:01 AM
WIth the STB box ON and the TV ON, unplug the HDMI cable, wait 5 seconds and plug it back in.
I have the same issue once in a while and that corrects the problem (it is a handshake issue between the box and the TV).
Yo can also, press the box power button for like around 10 secs. That will reset the box and it should correct the issue.
08-30-2010 4:06 PM
Actually to resolve the handshake issue while the tv and stb are turned on, disconnect the hdmi cable from the stb and press and hold the power button until the lights blink. After about 5 minutes reconnect the hdmi cable. You said your tv is saying "No Signal". Make sure your tv is on the correct input. Does your tv have more than one hdmi input?
08-31-2010 9:32 AM
I recently purchased some HDMI cords for my Televisions have one DVR and apparently that's the TV ( LG 50C1DRA) that is not getting a signal. My TV says no signal found, what am I doing wrong?
Since you had the TV connected some other way, you must change the input. Press TV at the top of the Uverse remote, then press TV/Video until you find HDMI input. Then stop pushing and wait a few seconds the input box should disappear and you'll be good to go.
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