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Cannot set VHF/UHF input and cannot find singal

Replacing a old TV with simple cable in VHF/UHF and it works fine. When same cable is connected to this Niko TV I cannot receive the signal and cannot set VHF/UHF input from TV or remote to find the signal. I tried from Menu to input source only options are: TV, PC, AV1 and Ypbpr? Can you help?

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