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My picture is not good. I'm hooked up to digital

My picture is not good. I'm hooked up to digital cable but not a HD service. How can I improve my picture. I cannot figure out how to use my digital tuner.

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To get best picture and sound you need to use HDMI connection. This is normally if you have a HD cable box. If you don't have a HD box, use the coax connection directly from the cable line. On your TV, hit the menu button, use the arrow up/down to select manual channel search, select cable and hit enter. this will scan all the digital and analog channels.

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