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Quasar TP1020DH...need to go to channel 3 for conversion to digit

In order to use converter box I need channel 3 but the TV scans right past it....any suggestions?

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Can you tune your television to channel 4? Most digital converter boxes have a slide switch on the back to select either CH3 or CH4. Select channel 4 on the slide switch and channel 4 on your TV.

Would you please let me know the type of antenna in connection you have on this TV? I have a viewer with an issue and I cannot find a users manual to view the back of the TV.

Thanks and good luck.

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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