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Tv runs through vcr only. What can we do? Also need a manual. Where can we find one?

The tv will only run through the vcr and is set for channel 116, instead of the normal channel 3. What can we do? we tested the cable out on our old television and it worked fine.

Also need a manual for a SD P5795W. Do you know how we can get one, and how old is our tv? We just bought it used.

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Try to resolder the tuner first and see if that makes a difference , otherwise you may need to replace the tuner
does video inputs work ok?

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