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I have a 1985 RCA tv. My go video worked just

I have a 1985 RCA tv. My go video worked just fine until I had to put a converter box in for the tv. Now I cannot get it to work. I suppose its the antenna, but my new digital antenna doesn't seem to work with the go video. I love the go video. Have had one for years. It works just great!!!!!

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You'll need to plug your go video to another socket on your tv.if there is only one , then you need a switch box.you can plug the converter and the go video in the switch box. so that you can use it alternately.

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