I have a HDMI error. Unable to display video (H1005-HDCP link integrity check failed) message in a banner across the top of my picture. How do I get rid of that.
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To better assist you with the issue. I also need the model number of the product please? You can respond to me by using the blue 'Reply' button from right below this message. Thank you.
the model # is UN60F6300ACXZA a best as I can tell. It's a 60" Wall mounted TV and it's very difficult to see the model number. This happened right after I ran a software update which was supposedly indicated for this TV.
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Hi again, Please let me know what happens unplug the box and reboot?
when you say unplug the box do you mean the converter box or the wireless router? If I unplug the wireless, I'll also lose internet connection and thus the ability to communicate with you. Sorry to sound so stupid.
I was referring to the converter box I'm sorry for not giving details. Please reboot the system and let me know what happens.
By the way,if you unplug the "cable/step top box" this resets the box and could resolve the problem. Please let me know what are the results.
After reboot, remember that you have to get the signal from your service provider to the HD box they have provided you. To do this, follow the instruction below.
Connect one end of the coaxial cable to the cable or satellite jack on your wall.
Note: You may already have a coaxial cable coming out of your wall. If this is the case you can skip #1.
Connect the other end of the coaxial cable to the CABLE IN or SATELLITE IN on your HD box.
Another important thing is setting your TV to the correct Source. Your TV has many inputs that can be used. You just have to tell the TV which input to display onscreen. First turn both devices on, then follow the instructions below.
Press [SOURCE or TV/ VIDEO] on the TV's remote control one or more times until you have selected the source you connected your box to.
Change the channels using your cable or satellite remote.
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That solved my problem. I thank you very much.
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