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Topic # 6614 9-Feb-2006 10:10
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Hi

I have had Mysky installed and I need to switch on the power to RF port 2. This is so I can use a TV-Link. To do this I need to access the Installer Menu. There is a code you have to enter on the remote to bring up this menu.

Can anyone help.

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  Reply # 28791 19-Feb-2006 21:40
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Have you actually tried using it? I use both RF outputs on mine (as well as composite video out) with no problems. I assumed it was on by default, although I did tell the installer what my intentions were so maybe he specifically switched it on for me.




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  Reply # 28810 20-Feb-2006 08:13
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Hello

Yes the RF port is sending the TV picture, but the TVlink requires the 9v to be enabled on RF2 so you can change the TV channels from another room. The power can be enabled on the OZ IQ box via the Installer Menu. I just need to know the numbers to hit on the remote so I can access the menu. The Sky installer did have any idea and you know what Sky are like if you phone them.

Someone must know what it is?

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  Reply # 28881 20-Feb-2006 17:48
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Apologies MySky, I was rather ignorant and didn't fully interpret your question. I understand now but don't know the answer sorry (but I did learn something, didn't realise you could use the RF as a power source). Found the code for the UK version which unforutnately doesn't work on MySky, but I'm guessing you already tried that anyway.




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  Reply # 28882 20-Feb-2006 17:50
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And that should read "Apologies Sky1", doh.




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