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AV 35750 no images only sound with cable, images & sound with DVD

TV will not read the the cable during autoscan.  I have to manually input the channels.  I can hear the stations but I cannot see them, the screen is dark.  The cable works fine because I brought another TV in to test it.  I went through the entire menu and I have no idea what to do next.
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Make sure the cable is on when you autoscan. If the autoscan doesn't see it,manually inputing won't get you there. Make sure you have the correct band selected when you autoscan.

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