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If you are able to access menu and channel setup, you can go into autoprogram and it will scan all available channels and store them. Otherwise you can get a cheap universal or even original replacement remote
If the set is more than a couple of years old it's won't have digital tuning, so without a DTV converter box the fuzz is all you're going to get. It won't be able to pick up any TV signals on its own now that conventional analog broadcasts have ended. You'll need to get a converter (and possibly a new antenna as well), hook it to the TV and follow the setup and channel scan instructions it comes with.
If the set is new enough that it has a digital tuner already built-in, use the TV's setup menu to verify the thing is properly set for digital broadcasts and scan for channels. The on-screen displays generally make the steps clear what buttons you need to press to start the scan. This is assuming you have the remote control available or that there is a front-panel menu button on your set. If you've lost your remote, there may be no way to get into the setup without it.
You can probably find a manual for your model online at Sharp's website. If you'll post a followup comment with the complete model number, I'll see if I can provide any more information for you.
you might try going to channel 00 If you cannot just dial the number 00, go to channel 2 and then channel down. Does not always work, but without the model number of the TV it is hard to advise further