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Connecting Rabbit Ears

My mother has recently purchased a new LG TV. This is a serious step up from the 13in TV before. The problem I have trying to set it up for her is getting her rabbit ears to show a signal on the LG. I know it's not a problem with the reception, picture was fine on the other TV. I tried running the EZ Scan, but that didn't bring up any channels. I've also noticed that I can only get to three channels on the LG, (15, 16, 17) unless I key in specific numbers to get to other channels. I'm hoping this is going to prove why she should get a better piece of tech to get signal, but until then, any help would be greatly appreciated. J

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