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Hi,The Television from japan have no lowband channel,It can be rechannel but the channel additional is onlly the lowband channel it maybe add only 2 channel.So the best things you do is to buy and install a channel converter to your TV.A channel converter is 100 plus channel thats why you can use your cable to japan television.To install the channel converter you need to set your television to Video setting and use RCA connector and plug it to video/sound input of your TV and video/sound output of channel converter.The cable connected plug it to channel converter.
try using the number keys on control an manually program numbers in that way, if you select auto tune, it will only try to program any channel it gets signal for, once you type the numbers in that way, it should ask you to save that channel number, in which of course you select yes... try that, also refer to owner manual or mfg website.
If you changed the RF out channel setting on the DTV converter and now can't see the output of the converter try changing the channel on the TV set. THe DTV converter boxes are designed to output either RF channel 3 or RF channel 4. If you were on channel 3 and changed the converter output to channel 4, you will have to change the TV channel to channel 4 to see it again.
If you have a cable or satellite converter all inputs are converted to channel 3 or 4. If your vcr is attached to this output you will only get whatever the converter is tuned to. If you have cable, try connecting the cable that's now on the input to the converter to the input of the vcr and then add the channels automatically. However, the converter also descrambles premium channels, so you cannot get them into the vcr without going through the converter first, and some digital cable channels will not work on all vcrs. If you use the converter, always leave the vcr on channel 3 or 4 or use the converter video/audio outputs. You will not be able to record one channel and watch another without some additional hardware including an rf switch, rf splitter, and more cables.