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Televion was purchased in 2002 picture was sharp

I lost power on lower channel 2-13 16 & 17 was fine, 20- lost power
30- thur high numbers picture and sound was fine too. What happened?

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Need more information.
Are you connected to an antenna?
Did the stations in your area go digital? (DTV converter required)

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