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Cable company switched to digital and the audio quit working for channels under 100 - former analog channels. channels 100+ work fine. when I switch to dtv, I get the "no signal" message.

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If you are using HDMI with the cable companies cable box, you may have to go into the
cable box menue and set the audio out as HDMI. I had a similar problem with my cable providers box.
Hope this helps,
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* If you don't have a cable box but still have digital service (usually called basic cable - no premium) then use the analog/digital input on the TV remote and select initial set up. There should be an automatic channel search and set up to scan all the channels available on the line your connected to. This will take up to 15mins. If you know the specific channel you can cancel the scan and pick each channel for you own list. Letting the scan run may help you find other channels you are unaware of.
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