What to do if you’re unable to see video from Roku device?

If you can power on their Roku player, yet unable to see the video on yourTV then check out these simple and effective troubleshooting steps. On the off chance that your player won’t turn on or you don’t hear the sound, then you have also an option of getting in touch with professionals.

Ensure your Roku player is associated specifically with the TV. In the event that you have the Roku player associated with a sound/video receiver (AVR) or sound bar, at that point first disengage it and interface straightforwardly to the TV. This will expel any issue with the AVR or sound bar and make it simpler to investigate the issue. To start with, ensure the TV is turned on and hit a button on the Roku remote control to make sure that the Roku gadget isn’t in standby or screensaver mode.

 These are the most widely recognized causes you may not see the video on your TV:

You have selected the inappropriate input on your TV

This is normal and a simple mistake making. Most TV’s have a few video inputs on the back or side of the TV that are utilized for interfacing distinctive gadgets, for example, a cable box, gaming console, and obviously, Roku player. You should choose the input (at times alluded to as source) that matches the one to which you have the Roku player associated.

  • You need to check which input you have the Roku player associated; the video connector will be marked with the input name such as HDMI 1, HDMI 2, AUX, VIDEO IN 1, and so on.
  • The way you change inputs can be distinctive in view of the brand of TV and model, yet it is typically open from a catch on the TV’s remote control. On the off chance that you can, check the guidelines that accompanied your TV, or attempt the accompanying:
  • Search for a button on your TV remote control in which you see Source, AUX, and Video, TV/Video or something comparative. Hitting the button. Contingent upon your TV, hitting the button may spin through accessible inputs, or it might show a menu with a selection of inputs.
  • In the event it cycles via the inputs – hold up 10 seconds between buttons presses to enable the TV to recognize the video.
  • On the off chance that a menu is shown – utilize the button with arrows on the TV remote to pick the correct input and afterward press the Enter or Select Alternatively, select each input each one in turn. Hold up 10 seconds between each to enable the TV to identify the video.
  • In the above cases, if no video is identified on the input, at that point the TV will regular demonstrate a message, for example, “No video” or “No signal detected”.

The video cable isn’t associated appropriately or the cable is broken

  • Watch that the video cable is immovably associated to the Roku player’s backside and to the HDMI or composite connector on the TV. On the off chance that you have a Roku Streaming Stick, at that point ensure it is immovably associated with the HDMI connector on your TV.
  • On the off chance that you can, verify whether you have a broken cable by associating your Roku player with an alternate cable.

There is an issue with the TV

  • On the off chance that you can, have a go at associating the Roku player to an alternate contribution on the TV to check whether the issue is with connector on the TV.
  • In the event that you can, have a go at associating the Roku player to an alternate TV to check whether the issue is with your Roku device or the TV.

When nothing works

  • Detach and reconnect all cable including the power link. You have also an option of getting in touch technical experts.

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