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How do I scan for channels with my RCA converter box

I have a RCA converter box and set it up a few months ago, today our local channel converted to a digital signal and now I need to scan for channels again. I've misplaced my instructions and cannot figure out how to do it???????????????????????

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The remote should have a scan button on it.
then the screen go thru it process and it should say done

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