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Daewoo DSL19V1WD digital tuning

I have had my TV aerial changed to pick up a different receiver. I've tried retuning but that appears only to have attempted to find analog channels, but of course there aren't any. i've tried resetting the tv to factory settings but that didn't help. is there any way of forcing a digital retune?

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The TV will have a flat response through the channel frequency range. Your aerial though could be a very different matter. Depending on the type of aerial, and especially if it's a banded aerial that discriminates against certain frequencies, then the retune may well have moved certain channel into frequencies that your current aerial really struggles to pick up.

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This is not related to your aerial as you have good reception with your TV. Some receiving units (i.e your DVDr) need the channel memory to be cleared before the re-scan is done. Otherwise the scan gets corrupted.

To resolve this do the following;

1. Remove the aerial from the equipment and leave unplugged.
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http://www.aerialsandtv.com/index.html#ATVinfo

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