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TV controlling Sky+HD box?


harpingon

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Hello

 

Just bought a 

LG 40LF630V

 

It seems to suggest that there is integration with a Sky+HD box, but the set up on the TV never manages to succesfully make the Sky+HD box do anything. The Sky box is connected to HDMI1

 

Is there anything special I need to do? To either the TV or the Sky box? HDMI control is turned on, on the Sky+HD box

 

Happy with this TV so far mind you. It's even got decent built-in sound.

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