How to fix "No Signal" on converter box?



I just bought today the converter box. I hook it up and went thru each process it told me to.
I receive a no signal message ??
Please help !!
C. Tate


How To Fix "No Signal" On Converter Box?

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D) Not Enough Information

I would check to see that you have good quality coaxial cable RG-6, or better, and an appropriate antenna. But in all honesty, based on what little you have posted, it will be difficult to help you much further without more details.


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I have bunny ears hooked up to my TV now and a brand new coax RG-6 cord connected to the TV.
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If they are simply using rabbit ears, with no UHF (loop) element, there is a good chance they won't work well with most digital television stations, which broadcast on UHF. That can be true even if you're relatively close to the broadcast towers.
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