ThatCable.Com 31,468 views 5:25 How to Connect & Install a Sky+ HD Box - Duration: 5:39. Some makes of signal booster can block commands from the Sky RF2 socket. Make sure it can't touch anything else. Generated Tue, 15 Nov 2016 20:24:59 GMT by s_wx1194 (squid/3.5.20) his comment is here
There is alsolutely no drop in quality of the HD signal. There is not a amp or some dc block thing in the way. The "magic eye" manufacturers recommend double-screened coaxial cable, to minimise the risk of picking up interference. I'll try reconnecting the old Sky Digibox (stored away as a spare) before calling them.
It does present a problem because extra depth is needed behind the wall plate to allow the cable to curve gently. Thanks mike Reply Sav 19 May 2015 at 1:44 pmI had the same problem. tvtradedave 140,638 views 5:39 Sky Q - Full Review of Sky's New Ultra HD TV Service - Duration: 9:16. MC Marietjie View Public Profile Send a private message to MC Marietjie Find all posts by MC Marietjie #4 2012-03-05 , 12:29 Boss001 Still listens to the wireless
NO coaxial cable should be run close to any mains power cables since these radiate switching transients which can knock out a digital picture and even "lock up" the receiver. Once we know both remotes work in front of the decoder, we can then take it from there. Sky magic eye fitting Bought it from SatCure? No Red Light On Magic Eye This was connected to the TV aerial as we are in a poor TV signal area and right smack between 2 transmitters (Dover and Crystal Palace).
All rights reserved. Tv Link Magic Eye No Red Light Press the GREEN BUTTON to finish the set-up. Reply With Quote 09-07-201106:11 PM #2 Robertvv View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Grandmaster Join Date Jun 2009 Location welkom Posts 4,327 Can you here Please see belowIf you have just had a new Sky box installed The Sky DRX595 non recording Sky HD and the latest Sky DRX890w/DRX895w boxes do not have an RF output
First check that the 9v dc provided by your Triax IO Link is reaching the amp in the roof by unplugging the cable plugged into the amp's input socket and connecting Sky Tv Link Setup Since reading this post I have gone to setting Ms switched off HDMI and touch wood it worked saved me launching the tv out the bedroom windowThank you for advice Report This amplifier was provided with power via the coaxial cable system in the house from a power unit on the ground floor. Report Abuse Post 10 of 93 51,263 Views Reply 0 Likes Mark39 Oracle Posts: 30,120 Joined: 30-11-2010 Re: Issues with TV Link magic eye not working Options Mark as New Bookmark
I also connected this HDMI splitter http://www.climaxdigital.co.uk/epage...roducts/111112 and got a couple of inexpensive 10m and 2m HDMI cables from them. I am going to take it to them so that they can test it out and maybe exchange it with a working one Thanks for all the help guys Reply With Sky Link Not Working Red Light Press the SIDE ARROW button once to turn the power supply to on. Sky Tv Link Not Working If you have done the above and can't get the Magic Eye to work you should take a look our other help page...
E.g. this content Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. Even has separate power supply to boost the TV link magic eye power supply for greater than one magic eye.Any one have any ideas as to how to solve my problem Reply Jon 10 December 2015 at 12:55 pmHi … I've got exactly the same situation … Did you manage to find an answer ? Sky Tv Link No Red Light
Here's a photograph (below). everything lse is working as it should though Reply Mike 2 December 2014 at 7:26 pmHi I have a new sky+HD Box and I'd like to connect my tv link/magic eye Press the DOWN ARROW button twice - (RF Outlet Power Supply). weblink you could have a 4 in one remote for example if you put the eye at the back of the box and it still doesnt work then I am pretty sure
However, satellite receivers, TV sets, computers, lamps and DVD players tend to radiate some interference, locally, so it's best to use good quality, double-screened cable within a couple of metres of Tv Link Not Working With Sky Hd Box I went as far as buying a new SLX Splitter, putting in DC Blocks on the cables that dont use TV links & even bought a new TV Link. We sell RG6 coax which is perfectly OK for indoor use (aluminium foil shield and quite flexible).
As the LED on both TV links light up when connected to the RF amplifier but not when connected to the RF2, even connected directly, it would bear this theory up. Okay maybe you should first describe how the HB cable runs between the SD PVR and the Primary decoder. To check, key Services > Settings > Picture. Vision Link Magic Eye If the "TV" plugs aren't fitted correctly, the connection will be intermittent and you'll have problems.
If you see a setting for HDMI Control, try turning it off and saving your settings. The problem is that the two brand new tv links do not work ,while the old multichioce tv link connected to the third tv works perfectly. Regards First let us get the basics sorted out. check over here A piece of black dustbin-liner plastic over the "eye" can sometimes help.
I even removed all the cables at the splitter & put it back again & still the same thing. Report Abuse Post 5 of 93 52,916 Views Reply 0 Likes clairedennehy Runner Posts: 1 Joined: 27-08-2014 Re: It would be useful to narrow down where the problem lies.... Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose How to Connect & Install a Sky Magic Eye TV Link tvtradedave SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe14,70214K Loading... At this time they ran cable from the roof down to my sitting room to the RF IN on the old Sky box.
Kind Regards. PLEASE NOTE: When installing a TV Link it is important to remember that the cable used should be Webro WF100 grade cable. The male end goes into the TV, and the female socket accepts the aerial extension cable. Get him to change the RF output to 30 and switch the power on RF 2 if the eye changed before on the old box and you are using the same
This is most easily arranged by stripping the guts out of a wall plate socket and gluing in a suitable female coaxial plug. (This can be of the usual TV "IEC"