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Lioness081
Newbie

trying to get new LGTV connected with new set-up box--doesn't seem to be working.

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jonjones1
Legend

@Lioness08 wrote:

trying to get new LGTV connected with new set-up box--doesn't seem to be working.


Did you have Fios previously? Or are you a new customer? Existing customer?

new set top was is a replacement? Did you follow these instructions?

https://frontier.com/~/media/HelpCenter/Documents/tv/fios/fios-self-install-instructions.ashx?la=en

Even though it says Frontier it should be the same for Verizon. Or this site.

https://www.verizon.com/cs/groups/public/documents/adacct/7218_miniguide_v1r6-2015.pdf

Or 

https://www.verizon.com/support/residential/tv/getting-started/activation

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tns2
Super User
Super User

More specifices.  Lots of us have LG tv's connected.  Mine is using HDMI cables from STB to hdmi1 on TV.

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jonjones1
Legend

@tns2 wrote:

More specifices.  Lots of us have LG tv's connected.  Mine is using HDMI cables from STB to hdmi1 on TV.


Lots of folks connect via HDMI today. Old times was coaxial from set top box to coaxial in on tv. But some folks use the Red-White-Green composite wiring as well.

but a new LG TV should be simple HDMI connection from Set Top Box to TV HDMI any number. Some smart TV’s however have HDMI at faster 60 MHz versus 30 MHz in which case try and use the higher 60 MHz connection.

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