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My Mitsubishi VS-4542 is not receiving any signal. Please help.

The only thing I noticed is the (Set A/V Network) menu option is set to off and is stuck. It won't let us select any of the other options. Could this be the problem? What can we do?

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You might have the tuner checked out to see if its bad or not.usually when theres no signal it means the tuner has gone out

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