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Are you using a satellite dish or cable? Try to use the auto search channel feature or auto store. By the way what is the exact model of your unit?

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Hi!!!

what the brand of your Projections??

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It depends on the frequencies supported by the television

other channel supplier putset top box and antenna so they can get the frequency

so its normal

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SOURCE: my rca won't pick up channels when doing a channel search.

It sounds like you need to auto program the chanels on your t.v. There should be an opition in your menu. If there is not something called auto program or channel manager it my be in your set-up menu. I hope this helps.

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SOURCE: auto channel select not picking up all channels it should be.

You need the signal board. You can get one at the following link.
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