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Cable When I hook up my cable I can't get any reception from the cable. What can I do to fix this? Do I need a new piece?

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Did you try to connect your tv to another source in the house.if you have cable anywhere else. try to connect your tv to that cable.if that works you might have to buy a new cable for your tv.

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