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Motorola HD-DTA100u Quick Start Manual

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Quick Start Guide
CH 3/4
Cable In
To TV
Switch
HD-DTA100u
HDMI
Power
Troubleshooting
Check here before calling your service provider.
The HD-DTA100u
• Make sure the POWER LED on the front of the HD‑DTA100u
will not turn on
is lit green.
• If the HD‑DTA100u is connected to a switched outlet, make
sure the switch is turned on. It is recommended to use an
unswitched outlet, if possible.
• Unplug the HD‑DTA100u from the AC outlet, and then plug it
back in.
• Make sure the remote control is in DTA mode, and turn the
HD‑DTA100u on by pressing the DTA button.
The remote
• Make sure the remote control is in DTA mode.
control does not
• Make sure there are no obstructions between the remote
work
control and the HD‑DTA100u. Aim the remote control directly
at the HD‑DTA100u front panel, not the TV or VCR.
• The angle between the remote control and the HD‑DTA100u
may be too large. Stand in front of the HD‑DTA100u and not
too far to either side.
• Press and release operation buttons one at a time, firmly and
deliberately.
• Check the batteries in the remote control. Install new
batteries if needed.
There is no video
• Make sure the TV is on and set to the appropriate input
on the TV screen
source for the HD‑DTA100u.
• Make sure the HD‑DTA100u is on and tuned to an authorized
cable channel.
• Make sure the cables between the HD‑DTA100u and the TV
are firmly connected.
• Make sure the coaxial cable feed is firmly connected to the
HD‑DTA100u and the wall jack.
There is no audio
• Press MUTE on the remote control to restore sound.
when viewing
cable channels
No closed
• Make sure closed captions are enabled on the TV. (Note:
captions display
Closed captioning may not be available for the current
program.)

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    Troubleshooting Check here before calling your service provider. The HD-DTA100u • Make sure the POWER LED on the front of the HD‑DTA100u will not turn on is lit green. • If the HD‑DTA100u is connected to a switched outlet, make sure the switch is turned on. It is recommended to use an unswitched outlet, if possible. • Unplug the HD‑DTA100u from the AC outlet, and then plug it back in. • Make sure the remote control is in DTA mode, and turn the HD‑DTA100u on by pressing the DTA button. The remote • Make sure the remote control is in DTA mode. control does not • Make sure there are no obstructions between the remote work control and the HD‑DTA100u. Aim the remote control directly at the HD‑DTA100u front panel, not the TV or VCR. HD-DTA100u • The angle between the remote control and the HD‑DTA100u may be too large. Stand in front of the HD‑DTA100u and not Quick Start Guide too far to either side.

  • Page 2

    HDMI If you have an HDTV, use the remote control for your Cable In Cable In ToTV TV to select the HDMI port you used to connect the HD‑DTA100u. If you have an SDTV, tune your TV to Channel 3 and set the switch on the back of the HD‑DTA100u to CH 3. If your screen remains black, switch your TV and HD‑DTA100u to CH 4. 5. Put the batteries in the HD-DTA100u remote Coax cable Power cord Coax cable HDMI Power cord control. 6. Program the RF4CE remote control. Point the remote control at the HD‑DTA100u. Press and hold the SETUP button until the LED on the remote control blinks twice, then press the Menu button. The LED will blink continuously until the remote control is paired. Follow the pairing instructions on the screen.

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