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The last time I saved favorite channels, I had to go to my "On Demand" screen. Then, put it on the channel you want to add as a favorite. The icon I had was a "heart" and you scroll to the heart icon and click. It should add that channel to your favorites. An easy way might be when you're watching that channel, to hit "favorite" on your remote as the gentleman above suggested. I believe it depends on your Cable Provider and the type of remote you have. You can always call their technical support # and ask. They'd be happy to walk you through it.
You have to set the channel you want as a favorite first and you can do this from the TV. This is why the channels skip as you press up and down. Sometime or another those were someones favorite channels.
Press "MENU" on the TV until "SET UP" appears on the screen.
Now press ^ or v until "FAVORITE CH" appears in purple.
Now press < or > to display the favorite channel FAVORITE CH menu.
You will use < or > to got between "SET and "CLEAR."
So now go to "SET" and press ^ or v until you get to channel 1.
If you want to delete a channel first then select "CLEAR" and then add the channel you wish.
What your doing when you push the channel up and down on the TV buttons is going through the favorite channels. So make one of the favorite channels channel 1 and program your remote.
Using the Color buttons on the Remote with the Channel List.
• Red (Antenna): Switches to Air or Cable.
• Green (Zoom): Enlarges or shrinks a channel number.
• Yellow (Select): Selects multiple channel lists.
• TOOLS (Option): Displays the Add(or Delete), Add to Favorite(or Delete from Favorite),
Timer Viewing, Channel Name Edit, and Auto Program menus..
The TV automatically cycles through all of the available channels and stores them in memory.
In rare cases, "Auto program" may miss a few channels due to weak signals and the channels may
not be added to the channel memory.
MENU → arrow up, arrow down→enter → arrow up, arrow down→enter →arrow up, arrow down →enter →arrow up, arrow down, arrow left , arrow right →enter → MENU,EXIT.
Hope this helps. I have the owners manual on file.
You might need to go into the menu options and set the input from cable to air or vice a verse. The tv in my kids room is like that if it's set to cable with no input at the cable jack then it only gets one channel even after you try to add channels.
You need to go to the setup and let the TV autoprogram channels into its memory. This is a benifit in two ways because for one the set does the programming for you but, at the same time will activly search for digital channels on your cable system or antenna which ever you are using.
Can you punch in the channel numbers directly to go to the channels, but just not tune to them with the Channel Up/Down buttons? If so then try tapping the favorite button on the remote until the screen shows "favorite mode off". This mode likes to stay [or perhaps turn] on when you scan for channels, but scanning clears everything in the favorite list except for the channel you are on when you start the scan (so it seems), thus leaving only one or two channels showing up. (This happens whenever I re-scan for digitals.) To pick out favorite channels, go into the channel menu in the tv menu and with "Favorite: Analog" or "Digital" highlighted near the top, hit OK on the remote to toggle favorite status.