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I have a new sky+HD box connected to a LG tv in my living room. I

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I have a new sky+HD box connected to a LG tv in my living room.
I have just bought a LG 32inch smart tv for my bedroom.
I have purchased a IO link from sky and connected this to the sky box and a coax cable.
The cable goes to the back of my new smart tv via a global magic eye.
The LED on magic eye is on but the tv is not picking up any signal from sky box.
There is only one antenna socket on back of smart tv so how do I tune in my smart tv when there is no oyher signal apart from sky box ?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: TV
Expert:  info tech replied 1 year ago.
You can't do this anymore because the sets don't have an ANALOGUE tuner, you need an analogue tuner to tune into the sky via the magic eye.If you have an old video recorder you can use that and have this connected to one of the inputs on the back of the set, you can then tune into the signal via the video recorders analogue tuner Let me know if you need more info A positive rating is appreciated thank youRegardsAnthony
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Customer: replied 1 year ago.

oh right I see. thanks for that.

Would a wireless av sender with scart connection be any good?

In other words would I be able to tune my smart tv in by using the wireless sender?

Expert:  info tech replied 1 year ago.
Paul thats the only way to do it however I think its costly for one of those,have a look in maplins they may sell one,

Let me know if you need more info

A positive rating is appreciated thank you their will be a rating bar with this post

Regards
Anthony
Customer: replied 1 year ago.

Thanks very much for that..very appreciated

Expert:  info tech replied 1 year ago.
OK Paul have a good day , thanks for the rating

Regards
Anthony

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