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I cannot get either Ch7 or Ch72 on my new Conia CE3201HDVDR. All the other channels work fine, since I bought an indoor antenna. Have tried both auto-tune and manual tune.

All the other channels work fine, since I bought an indoor antenna. Have tried both auto-tune and manual tune. Don't want to tamper with Frequency etc., as I'm not qualified to do that and don't understand it anyway. Your advice would be appreciated.

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Most locations are real hard to get local stations using indoor antennas. If you are in a location where you do not have cable, I would try either a outside antenna on the roof or go with Direct TV Dish / Dish Network system.
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Sorry not be able to solve the problem. I have exactly the same problem. So it is not related to anything you've done. Something faulty in the TV. It happened after 1.5 years in my case. Any tech support link appreciated

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