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Fetch TV Setup Guides

A quick step-by-step guide in setting-up your Fetch TV box.

Setting up your Fetch TV Box

1. Connect Fetch TV Box to your Modem

You may connect your Fetch TV Box via Ethernet Cable or over Wi-Fi. 

For Ethernet Connection

  • Plug one end of an Ethernet cable into a free LAN port at the back of your modem
  • Plug the other end into the port labelled INTERNET on the back of your Fetch TV Box

For Wi-Fi Connection

  • Proceed with steps 2 to 5 first
  • Choose Wi-Fi Connection and follow the prompts
  • Select your home network from the list of in range networks and connect with your Wi-Fi password

2. Connect to your TV Antenna

You get your Free-to-Air Digital TV channels using your normal TV antenna. They are not delivered over broadband Internet.

You’ll need your existing TV antenna cable, so unplug it from the back of your TV.

  • Plug one end of the existing antenna cable into the antenna wall socket, or leave it if it’s already connected to the wall
  • Plug the other end of the antenna cable into the socket labelled Antenna on the back of your Fetch TV Box

3. Connect to your TV

Your Fetch TV Box connects to your TV using HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface).

  • Plug the HDMI cable into the port labelled HDMI on the back of the Fetch.
  • Plug the other end into a free HDMI port on your TV.

4. Connect to a power outlet

Once you’ve completed all the steps and put the batteries in your remote control it’s time to turn everything on.

  • Plug the red end of the power supply unit into the Fetch TV Box
  • Plug the power supply unit into the wall power socket (Use only with a 100V-240V 50Hz AC power source and only use the Power Supply provided)
  • The power light on your Fetch TV Box will light up

5. Select Source / Input on TV

Turn on your TV to complete the set-up.

  • On your TV remote press Source/Input or AV Select
  • Select the HDMI port you plugged your Fetch TV Box into

Enter your Activation Code to complete the set-up and you’re good to go!

Things to note:

 Standby light is blue when your Fetch TV Box is powered on. If it is red, the box is in standby mode and you should press the power button on the remote control to turn it on.

 Internet light on your Fetch TV Box is blue when you have a broadband connection. If it is red, there is no live connection. During initial start-up it will change from red to blue.


To watch content in 4K on your Fetch Mighty, you’ll need:

  • A connected 4K HDR TV
  • A steady home broadband speed of 15-25 Mbps
  • Video setting set to Auto (4K – 2160P) on your Fetch Mighty (you can do this later on Fetch at Menu > Manage > Settings > Audio & Visual > Video)

Setting up Fetch Multiroom

For your boxes to share content, they all need to be connected on the same account.

Setting up your first box:

  1. Please follow the steps mentioned above and enter your activation code to setup your first box
    Setting up additional boxes:

Once your first box has been set up, you will need to connect all boxes to the same account.

  1. Go to fetch.com.au/account. Sign in with the Activation Code /Fetch ID from step one.
  2. Select Add & Remove Fetch Box from the menu.
  3. You can add up to 3 different Fetch boxes on one account.

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