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Can't program channels past 14

We can't get our tv to program channels past 14 and our cable thru channel 70

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Select cable as a source not broadcast its looking for UHF channels instead of cable up to say 100. go to setup select cable not antennea or broadcast. do a scan afterwards and ghave it find your channels

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