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Sanyo model ds25030 channel search??

I'm hooked direct to a coax with basic cable. No box. During channel search it gets channels 2-47 and 94-99. I hooked another tv up and it gets all channels. I've seen others with same problem but with no real solutions. Can somebody figure this out once and for all?

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SOURCE: Concierge series 25" wont stay on channel 3

You have to have the original remote. Then go into the menu under channel set-up. punch in channel 3 press add. The punch in channl 52. then press delete. Or turn on the cable box and go to auto tunnin g and let it do its thing. Im sorry , but if you dont have the original remote with a menu button your going to have to live with your problem. Good Luck

Posted on Jul 30, 2006

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There is a button under the bottom edge of the screen (with the controls) that has the options "Normal" and "CATV" - press this and it should solve your problem.

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SOURCE: how to hook up cable and get more channels than 2-13????

Change setting in menu to cable from tv or antenna. May be in channel setup menu.

Posted on May 13, 2008

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SOURCE: orion tv model 1934 only 3, 4 and aux no pic or sound!!!!!!!!!!!!!

i have the same model, so try going to menu and doing the add/delete channel thing....also i found that i only get all my channels if the tv is set to catv instead of tv

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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SOURCE: program an old sanyo tv

You need to go into the menu and set it for cable insted of air/tv. The television is only getting the 2 - 13 because on that setting, its as high as it goes.

Posted on May 20, 2009

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