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RCA MM61110 Television

A very generous friend gave me his RCA 61" tv when he upgraded. It's great, but I can't get it to tune from the antenna input. I think the problem is that it comes with "GUIDE Plus+ Gold" system which is supposed to "download" broadcast info 'n' stuff, which I don't think is available in my area (Tucson). I'd like to disable the GUIDE Plus+ Gold system, but there's nothing in the manual about how to do this. The manual does say that I won't get the "Signal Type" submenu to the "Channel" menu if the GUIDE thingy is enabled. I want to believe that the guide system has control of the antenna jack, and that if I could disable the GUIDE system and get that submenu, I could get the antenna jack to appear as a selection and then get the tv to do an "auto channel search" of my local broadcast stations over the rabbit ears hooked up to the antenna in jack. As it is, Auto Channel Search sees nothing. Thanks in advance for any advice.

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I had the same problem sometimes when my Gold Plus would reset itself and include all the channels but only those Over-The-Air channels. The only way I could change the programming was to completely shut down the power. Not just turning the tv off but completely unplugging it from the wall outlet. When you turn your tv back on you'll be able to choose from Antenna/Cable option. As for Guide,if you don't want to use it, don't set it up, it won't effect anything else on the television.

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