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I have a Proview TV that we just bought from Rent A Center and when we connect our cable to the TV it tells us to scan the channels. We did this and still we get a blank blue screen that says No Signal. What do I do?

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  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    Cannot get all channels even though I have cable

  • katscan111 Feb 13, 2009

    I have the same problem. I tried scanning all four settings in the Tuner Mode. None worked. Any other solutions out there???

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Try this as your model is basically the same as mine.

Push Menu on your remote.
Then a small screen comes up.
Using your left right arrows move left to set up.
Scroll down to tuner mode and again using left right arrows, there are 4 setting you can choose. Once the setting you choose is showing then scroll up to Channel Searching and hit OK on your remote. This will scan all the channels Digital and Analog.

Depending on which of the 4 setting you picked on TUNER MODE you may have to do this again in the next mode to see which will get the most channels on your TV.

I hope this is helpful; Ken, Attica, NY

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