equipments from the power before connecting. Satellite Receivers are delicate pieces of digital equipment that performs quite complex functions. Occasionally they can lockup for no apparent reason. If this happens to your receiver, simply unplug the receiver. Then plug receiver back in and reboot. If problem persists please contact Ross helpline Preparing your Remote Control Your Remote Control requires 2 x AAA (LR) batteries to operate (not supplied. Open the cover on the rear of the Remote Control by sliding it downwards and insert two batteries taking care to observe the polarity markings inside the compartment TV Format Set-Up You are now ready to switch on and adjust your dish to complete alignment (for this refer to the separate instructions. Switch on your TV and plugin your Satellite Receiver then proceed as follows:– • Press the POWER button on your Remote Control to turn the unit on. • If a Mode not supported message appears on your TV - You need to alter the Receiver resolution to match the resolution of your TV – The factory default is 720p.
The Resolution is changed by pressing the V For button on your remote control. Select between pp, pi and P TV Resolutions as required. Pis the highest available resolution for Satellite HD channel reception. NOTE: The TV may flicker or the picture disappear briefly when changing resolution • Make sure your TV source is set to receive the signal from your Receiver. NOTE: If you are using this Receiver in conjunction with a pre-installed dish which is already aligned to ASTRA/EURO1 then after the unit has powered up you will see TV being displayed. At this point press the OK button and your Channel list should be displayed showing all the programmes that were loaded onto the receiver during manufacture. Your