Freesat hd

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  1. weavesno1

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    Hi guys I have sky linked thru my onkyo r608 and then from onkyo into my 50vt30. Whenever I turn my tv on it says no channels found which doesn't bother me because I just use sky thru hdmi. However I wouldn't mind setting up freesat hd and freeview hd how do I go about setting it up. What cables need to go where. Thanks
     
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    You need another feed from the LNB on your Sky dish into the Sat input and an aerial into the aerial input.
     
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    Cheers mate what about freeview hd
     
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    just plug in aerail and tune it in.
     
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