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Dose my tv (Hisense TL3000) is hd-tv ready

I do not know why my tv can not receiving signals from digital tv station

i have an hd-ready antenna (jensen TV940A)

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Not all units were fitted with the DTV tuner before the switch over occurred. you set should have an insignia that sates that it is DTV ready. if this insignia is not on the box or actual set, you will need a converter box to receive this DTV signal.

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