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Re: setting up ant1 or ant2
Try pushing the source button on the remote until it goes to ANT 1 or ANT 2, then that part of the menu will not be grayed out.
(Sidenote) If you take a pair of rabbit ears and attach them to the antenna input that says air, you can receive high definition local channels. Autoprogram the set at night, that is when most channels that send that signal, usually, show it at night.
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According to the user's manual on page 16, press Menu and open the Setup menu. Highlight Installation and press Enter. Open the Terrestrial menu and highlight Input Configuration. Select the ANT1 or ANT2 (whichever the antenna is connected to) and select input source Antenna [not cable]. Highlight Done and press enter. Now rescan your channels. If you still get nothing, try relocating your antenna to a better place. Digital TV is highly dependent on line of site signals. So if you are in a mountainous region or surrounded by a lot of high rise buildings, you may not receive a good enough signal to register channels on your TV.
if you have a cable box and run it thour the cable box it will not work. cable befor the cable box you can do it put a spirer on the line be for the box run one to cable box 2 to the tv ant1 ant2 that is the way you can do it.
the wd52525 has 2 antenna inputs. put the cable in the bottom one first (ant1) press menu, then scroll over to antenna, the scroll to ant1 and hit enter. if none are found repeat using ant2. if none are still found then the chassis is bad or you have no signal. try the cable on another set if it works then visit www.tv-tech.com
the system is not easy and I have had the same problem with my moms. The one thing I know is you have to be able to get it in the setup mode for anything to work correct. If you are using the rca jack outputs in the rear (e1 is the dvd vhs video and audio out and e2 is on the front of the box and that is for video and audio in) you have to hit source and put it to e1. When you hit source on the remote it will go from tv I believe it will say channel 3,hit it again it goes to e1 and then to e2. If you are using the cable in and out put the source to tv or ch3. to record from vhs to dvd you have to push the button on the front I believe its called dubbing. It is the only diffrent colored button. This automatically sets it up you should be able to watch the video being recorded while it is recording to the dvd. Make sure you have the correct type dvd I know the +R work. It is very important to get the setup done and that is the hardest part to get too. Also remember if you are using video out(rca jacks) you must switch your tv to video in and if you are using the old style cables you set your tv to ant1 or ant 2 depending what input you are using. The problem with this is having to know your tv and what source you have set on it, ant1 or ant2 or video 1,2,or 3. It all depends on how you take the video and audio out of the vcr/dvd player. Once again if you use rca jacks you must use the remote source button and put it to e1 and then put the other end of the jacks to video input of the tv and change the source on the tv to video also. If you use the old cable in and out you must change the source on the vcr/dvd remote to ch3 and set the tv to ant 1 or 2 depending on how may inputs you have. you must match the systems. Hope this helps
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