Connect your power supply via the DC Input port and the power cord included with your box. Next, connect the Ethernet port with the DSL modem socket using the Ethernet cable.
Choose one of the available types of connections to use with your TV set. Keep in mind that HDMI and UPbPr connections are for HDTV and other connections for SDTV.
If one or more of your TVs are not working, please check:
If you are experiencing trouble with your Entone Remote control (you can’t toggle channels, AND/OR when you change channels on one TV and another TV changes, also), please see below.
Your Entone remotes are labeled 1, 2 and 3 on the battery cover. Each remote is assigned to a television, and will not work with any other television other than the one it is assigned. Each remote also has a channel that the associated television must be programmed to.
For Remote 1, the television must be tuned to channel 10. For Remote 2, the television must be tuned to channel 23, and for Remote 3, the television must be tuned to channel 39.
To change the channel that is programmed into your television, press the “TV” button on your remote, and then the correct channel associated with that remote (1=10, 2=23 and 3=39). Then, press the “STB” button on your remote to return to regular channel viewing.
**NOTE: If you have verified that your TV is on the correct channel, and you’re cable isn’t working, then press the “STB” button once then the “Power” button one time. If your cable still isn’t working, please call the Support Department at Cameron Communications.
Middleware is the programming that is utilized between the Set-Top Box and your TV, telling your TV which channels to play, how to operate the channel guide and more. Minerva is the middleware that your Set-Top Box is programmed with. To read the user’s manual for your Minerva middleware, click here.
If you are experiencing poor, distorted or fuzzy images with your Digital Cable subscription, please try the following:
To check your STB resolution:
To check the TV resolution:
Use the buttons that are typically located on the front of your TV. You might need to contact the TV manufacturer for further instructions.