I then decided to disconnect the satellite cable to see if anything was going on from that perspective. I was able to operate the box though, and run through all the commands. Unfortunately at every turn in the menu system, I always got the message . I had one last option, perform a full system reset of the box.Sure enough as soon as I disconnected the satellite cable from the main input port, the box came back to life. I checked my planner and could see that it was 100% full. Sigh, this does delete all your planner recordings. It was working fine, recording a program, then it just simply turned off and the TV receives no signal anymore. Unplugged the box, disconnected all the cables, reconnected all the cables, plugged the box back in, nothing. The power light and WIFI light come on as expected, but nothing appears on the TV.After googling the issue for a while, I discovered that it was the fact that my planner was full.
( You will see on your TV that the Sky Box is performing a software update. The Sky HD box was still the same, wouldn’t display anything on the TV.Sky Q is one of the best premium TV platforms, due to its ability to stream content from around your house (and even outside of it!), where it gives you more in common with movie and TV streaming services rather than a traditional PVR (see, what is Sky Q? But, if you mostly watch TV in your living room, then Sky Q could be a rather bloated and an over-the-top replacement for trusty old Sky HD.Your "spending limit" and "viewing restriction" settings may also be similarly reset. service may be temporarily disrupted from time to time for technical reasons, receiving this message can also mean that your set top box software needs to be updated to cope with possible enhancements made.Simply follow the steps above for clearing faults or manually downloading software changes.