If you just bought a Nasco television and wants to scan for all the satellite channels in Ghana, then you are at the right place.
If you are a TV installer or just an individual who wants to scan your new television, this article will be useful. Read to the end.
A lot of Ghanaians enjoy watching television especially the free to air TV stations using satellite televisions.
On these free to air channels, you can watch your favourite local movies, sermons, music videos and news.
Satellite TVs comes with an already built-in decoder that is able to scan and get TV channels.
The question is, how do you scan your TV for these channels?
Well, you are not alone. Too many at times people encounter problems when they scan their satellite TV.
We are going to help you do the scanning on your Nasco TV with ease.
We assume that you have already installed the Nasco TV and done the initial settings and configuration.
If so, then let’s see how to scan the Nasco Satellite TV.
This post is specific to Nasco Televisions, although it can be applied to almost all digital satellite television.
When is the best time to scan your Nasco TV for channels?
When you buy a new television, you have to scan for the channels.
Scanning for channels should be done periodically.
New free to air channels are added on a periodic basis.
If you want to get them, you will have to rescan your Tv.
If some channels have stopped working, rescanning is required.
Some Television channels change their frequencies and this makes your TV lose those channels. To get them back working, you need to rescan.
How to scan your TV for digital channels in Ghana.
Make sure the Nasco TV is a satellite type. To ensure that the are no problems during the scanning, make sure your TV is connected to an antenna and placed in a good position.
Follow the steps below to scan your Nasco digital satellite TV in Ghana:
- Pick the remote control and press the “Menu” button
- Scroll down to “Settings” and click on it
- Scroll through the options till you get to “Channel Scan” OR “Rescan” OR “Tun” OR “Auto-tune”
- Select the “Auto Tuning” option.
- Select your country (Ghana) and choose “DVB-T” or “DVB-T2”
- Select “Start scan” to begin the scanning process
- Wait patiently for the scan to finish.
Important things to note.
Scanning takes about 10 – 15 minutes to complete.
When scanning completes, your TV will display the number of channels found. If you want more channels, you can do another scan.
If you have any problems pertaining to this process, leave a comment in the comment box below. We will answer all of them in no time.
Post update on October 19, 2020