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Panasonic plasma TV has a black screen after disconnecting Dish TV

My parents had their Dish TV disconnected and just want to view their regular local channels. We have hooked up the coax cable and it is connected to their antennae in their attic. It all worked fine BEFORE they had their Dish TV and we can't figure out why it doesn't work now.

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Proably not tied in tv nomore dish will take over that prot if u got dish hd u get locakls form dish free in hd dont need attc nomore

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