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What source would the TV go on to hook cable to brand Phillips

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SOURCE: I have a Phillips HDTV model #42PF7421D/37. When

Try another hdmi wire. Physically look at the hdmi port and see if there is damage done to the port. Change the source. IE another cable box, xbox 360 dvd play etc. If all else fails, change SSB or Scaler. Depending on the set. It'll be one or the other. I don't have my information with me at the moment to distinguish which one you'll have.

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SOURCE: Hi, my Phillips was hooked up and working fine

Hey, I'm Seth. I work as a sub contractor for dish network. I am picking up that your problems are on TV 2? If so, you will need to go into the menu on the TV itself and look for, "channel scan" or "auto memory". Run a scan. If there are no channels found go back to the "channel scan" screen. You will see an option saying, "air" or "cable". Switch it to the opposite of whatever it was previously on and run another switch. It should be found. I hope this wasn't too confusing, good luck.

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