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Television will not program channels 2-7

Help! My television is connected to a DVD/VCR combo as well as cable. We have to have the televsion on channel 3 to watch any videos/DVDs. All of a sudden, our television will not receive channels 2 through 7. I have done "autoprogram" and all the other channels program right in so I can watch all of the other cable channels. I have tried to manually program in these channels but only snow appears on these channels. I like to use this television for exercise videos and can't even use it. I have also tried to reattach all of the cables and have shut the power off, etc. but no luck - still can't get any reception/picture on channels 2 - 7. All of the other televisions in our house are fine so I trust it is a problem w/this television. Help!

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  • becca4399 Apr 25, 2008

    I have 2-7 but lost most of the other channels. I can't manually program them either! My problem started out with various channels loosing sound then last night I lost most of the channels. The TV's in the other rooms still have all the channels so I know its not the cable co. this time.

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Turn off the connected dvd vcr then check the channels.

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It seems you have already try everything We might suggest< I dont know if you have tried using the video and audio outputs in the dvd/vcr combi unit conecting them to the audio and video imputs of your tv and the selecting maybe one of the AUX channels to watch it,If you have a tuner problem in your tv this will be a way to bypass it and control the channels from you combi unit.We would like to know the outcome,please let us know.

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