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Default Input in Timer Settings

I am trying to set up the TV timer on function so that it will turn onto the HDMI input. My cable box is connected in this manner. The only options provided are "analog" channels or "digital channels". Since I do not have the cable connected into the CATV IN, there are no digital channels to be scanned or found. Is there a way to set the default input to the HDMI input of the television (Video 4 in my case)? Thanks.

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The on timer will only work for a channel on this model not for any other inputs

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