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switch tv to analogue tv and auto tune on tuning menu making sure sky is on. It should find it around channel 69. If quality poor then change output frequency to a lower channel. You do this with sky menu and instruction book. Info is changing RF output in book, or google it.
This television must have the ability to broadcast channels in SAP. Look for an SAP or MTS or AUDIO button on your Sylvania remote. The audio menu might be the place to find this setting as well. You want to remove the SAP and have the tv in either mono or stereo.
There you can reset to factory settings. After you set the clock and date, it will ask to scan for all active channels and it will block out the channels it does not find a signal for. Let it complete this task (20 minutes). It asks you for the type of signal but just leave the STD setting for both options before starting the channel finding routine.
When complete, go to channel 10 to see what show is on (low def version). then click down to channel 2 and then push the channel down button several times again to try and find the HD version of that show. (HD channels are high-number channels that are easiest to get to by scrolling below channel 2. Most will have a hyphan in the channel name (e.g. 93-2; 94-1, 94-2, ...).
If your TV goes directly to a 2-digit channel, they you do not have an HD tuner in your set. I doubt that is true so I think you will find what you need.
What I would suggest you do is make sure that you are on a DTV channel on your Tv. then with your Pioneer remote press the menu button and then set it away on a Auto tune.
You must have it on a DTV channel first before try to tune as if you mistakenly have it on TV (terrestrail channel) It will only Auto tune that and not your freeview.
not sure on this model , but check your menu and see under the setup menu if it has a band select option or tuning band. sometimes the autoprogram may pick up the wrong band. Make sure it is set correctly. I had this where it would just make some certain channels bad.