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Can't get one local channel when hooked up to T.V. antenna

Have a 32'' Sansui LCD HDTV, when I hook-up the T.V. antenna I can not get the local FOX channel, I get all the other local channels. Unhook it and hook it up to the old T.V. local Fox channel comes in perfect along with all the other local channels. What do you think the problem could be?

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  • Anonymous Feb 02, 2009

    I have the same problem I am hookin up an antenna but I still can't get any local channels. I need help!

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  • Linda Feb 10, 2013

    Why did you bother to answer

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