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No signals found when searching for channels at setup

When I turn the TV on I get a blue screen that says:
"Please wait while your TV searches for channels" IT give a progress bar but status is always 0 channels found. When it is finished it says: "Please connect all signals and antenna to jacks and terminals on the back of the TV. Then press the channel up key." Which sends it back to the first screen I mentioned. It will not let you do anything and I mean anything else. I have tested the cable on another TV and it is working fine. I have tried unplugging the TV waiting and trying again but it did the same thing. Please help!
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You need to press the channel up button 3 times if yo get message as please connect av sources. then do the manual channel search for 2 times. it should solve the problem.

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