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Cant get local channels

I am using an outside antenna but for some reason this set wont pick up or cant tune in channels 40, 31 58, and 03. I have only had the set a few days could it be that it was programmed by a remote and these channels were not stored in it memory? If this is so, what can I do to fix it.

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  • Denise Talmadge Apr 18, 2007

    I guess I should of mentioned that the only way visually to tune this set was with a remote. This set has no other way to get to it. On the front is the ON/OFF, CHANNEL UP/DOWN, and
    VOLUME UP/DOWN. On the back side there is only the antenna conncetor, vertical and horziontal and of course the power plug.

  • Anonymous Nov 19, 2007

    my tv want pick up chanels 2,3,4,5,6, and 14 help me please

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If you can manually tune to the channels with no problem, then I would go in and add then into memory manually. If not then exchange the set as it might have a bad tuner or an AGC (automatic gain control) issue.

Posted on Apr 18, 2007

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