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Where is reset button on 35 inch rca tv,I can only view 49

Channels. model #F36649

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There is no reset button. Ypu need to give more detail about what i sgoing on with your set. Also what is the model and ctc numbers thfey can be found on the back of set. Unplug set for around 30 minnets then plug back in see if it wil work then.

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