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Sound but No Picture

I disconnected the Dish Network cable and connected an outdoor antenna cable and the Dish cable to an A/B switch, then connected the A/B box to the Sanyo.

Now I have a blue screen with sound but no picture.  Actually, the screen looks like a cloudy sky, patches of light [almost white] and dark blue.

This happens whether I have the A/B switch set to the Dish or the antenna connection.  The Sanyo is my TV2 connection for the Dish and my TV1 still works just fine. 

Why do I have no video in the Sanyo?

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Connect your outdoor antenna directly to your antenna in, in your TV see if it works and do the same with your cable input if it works then the A/B box is at fault.

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