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Channel Changing Hello, I have recently bought a different cable package that allows me to view channels 201-230, but I have no idea how to actually put those channels on through the remote. If I press the 2 and the 0 it goes to channel 20 automatically. I can't put in 2 0 1 for example. How do I do that?

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Some TV's have a 115 to 125 channel limit then will go to video in and then channel 2 and start over. Your TV's tuner may not have the ability to decode those channels. My suggestion would be to get a set top box (cable box) that can access channels. Your provider should have these or can suggest where to get one. Probably less expensive than a new TV.

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