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You can still have a problem after you have set the TV to scan for local digital channels (see instructions). You may still need a suitable aerial, good coax cable from there to the TV (you have to use quad shield RG6 cable), and maybe even a digital TV signal amplifier.

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To tune the local channels do the following.

1 Press the MENU key on the remote control to
display the Main menu.

2 Use the CURSOR "UP" or "Down"
keys to highlight
Manual Channel Search. Press ENTER.

3 Use the CURSOR "Up" or "Down"
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After the search is complete, the HDTV will exit the
menu system and return to normal TV viewing.

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will be deleted. You will only be able to receive those
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when an option is unavailable.

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