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Setting pre sets

When I try to use the "Edit pre set" button, instead of being able to assign a new channel to A3, Only channels pre set on A are available. The manual doesn't even mention the Edit button. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.

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Hook up your receiver to TV using TV monitor out then enter setup you can see easier with on sreen display to setup or edit or assign any input
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