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Hi. This might indicate that your TV is eiter in "channel " mode or in "number" mode. Channel is rhe real channel from the transmitter, (being 2-62, S channel) while the number is the one you change by your remote. There must be a way in the menu/tuning where you choose between both.
For GE televisions, press and hold the "1" button on the remote. The input display in the upper right corner will change from two-digit mode ("1 -") to three-digit mode ("1 - -"). You can then enter the final two digits for the channel you want.
You will have to pull the tuner completely out of the tv. And remove the cover side with all the solders. Look intensely under the magnifying glass for rings around any pins in the tuner. If you remove the wrong side of the cover....don't even think of moving or touching the small coils on the board. They are bent and stretched for good reason. Good Luck!
If you are using an antenna or regular cable without a cable box, put the tv on an analog channel. Go into the menu. Select the middle icon at the top of the screen. Go down to the TV/CABLE line. Select either TV (for antenna) or CABLE (for regular cable) on the right. Go down to AUTO CH MEMORY and press the volume+ (right arrow) button. Wait for the channel search screen to clear. Check all of your channels using the channel up button until you come back to the channel you started on.
If you cannot get the original remote or a more compatable aftermarket remote, you might try hooking up a VCR or Cable box to the auxiliary audio/video jacks and use that input while changing channels with the VCR/cableBox.