Time Warner is a cable TV service provider that provides television programming for much of the United States. In addition to offering digital cable services, Time Warner offers a digital converter box that allows you to receive digital broadcasts on your older analog TV. Since all broadcasts have been switched to digital, this is necessary to continue to receive over-the-air broadcast signals.
Things You'll Need
- Cable or antenna line
- RF cable
Screw in the cable line from your source to the "In" port on the digital converter box. Your source can come from your cable line or your antenna.
Screw in the RF cable to the "Out" port on the digital converter box.
Screw in the other end of the RF cable to the "Cable" or "Antenna" port on the back of your television.
Plug in the power cord from the digital converter box to a wall outlet. The box will connect to the Time Warner network and gather information, which will take a few minutes. When the clock appears, the box is ready.
Turn on your TV, tune it to channel 3 and turn on the converter box.
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