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New dp 19648 sanyo hdtv no signal detected

Just got sanyo hdtv. no cables included. I do not have antenna or cable service. Just wanted to use my usual four channels. Plugged in, no picture. Used menu to search for signals, analog, one channel detected, however, just static. Do I have to buy an antenna? Do not have a roof antenna and do not want one.

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There's antenna booster's you can buy or build yourself one.

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You gotta have a way to get signal to the tv . If you don't want a outside antenna use rabbit ears .After you hook them up hide them behind the tv then do a channel scan. If you don't pick up all the stations set them on top and scan again or get satillite or cable hd boxes.

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