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Bush TV Model No 5693D

When swiched on screen shows:

"NO SIGNAL"

although three aerials tried all work with another TV.

Does this TV require perhaps require digital input ?

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Try using the source button to switch through different inputs.

If that does not work try connecting a signal booster to the aerial, they cost about ten pounds at Argos.

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