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Channel keeps skipping on rca t.v

The tv was working fine- it was unplugged to install carpet and the the channel could not be set. The channels keep skipping. This is a 19 or 20'' tv-remote
model#20f424t
serial1043e6e27
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Problem with channel skipping has rectified itself. I simply unplugged the set and and started over with remote intructions on signal and channel setting. The tv was also turning itself off and on, this also has ceased. Thanks, hope I don't need you later.

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