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No Antenna, No cable, No Dish .... unable to watch anything!

We use our tv with vcr and dvd player. We pressed rset accidently, it went through the channels to try to find a channel. Being unable to locate one, it will not allow us to do anything more and simply says, "plug in all antennas and cables and press the channel up button."

Any ideas??????

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I had the same problem .. You have to press the RESET key twice after connecting the signal and turning on the tv.

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