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When I shut off my sanyo lcd tv it loses the channels that were scanned. I have reprogrammed and programmed again but everytime I turn it off I have to do another channel scan. I have no book with this tv because it was a display model.

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SOURCE: Auto Scan doesn't pick up any channels.

In the main settings, there should be an option for AIR or CATV, air is for non-cable and CATV is for cable tv. This has to be on the correct setting before you autoscan

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Trying to scan channels into my vizio, but no

I called my satellite provider. Problem solved!

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

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SOURCE: My Vizio VW 26L loses all the digital channels

Tries different antena like a roof antena,or digital antena get better amplication input for receptions,still have signal not ur DTV tuner.

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Sanyo model #dp42746

Change your channel till it reads D 03-01 then use scan feature.

Posted on Apr 06, 2010

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SOURCE: Channel scan doesn't complete

if you're only using antenna, maybe your signal is weak try using a better antenna, and aerial one.

Posted on Jun 15, 2010

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The first thing you should do is consult the set up procedures on Page 8 / Section 4 of the manual. This will assure that you have completed and exited this important section properly.

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It sounds like there is some electrical noise interference that would not be "fixable". If though, we reconfigure the way that they are connected together, we may be able to avoid the noise.

Instead of allowing the antenna signal to "pass through" the 625 we will skip it.

After following the directions, switching between satellite and antenna will be done by selecting on the SANYO "Input 1" for satellite, and selecting "Ant" for antenna. K?

Try this:

From the 625 Tuner 1- using RCA cables (a.k.a. composite cables, or red, white, yellow cable), connect to "Input 1" on the Sanyo TV. To see composite cables go to http://www.wowvision.tv/settingsandconnections.htm

Next, remove the coaxial cable between the Sat box and TV. (Sanyo "Ant. In" port and 625 "Out to TV" port) Set that cable aside.

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I believe this solution will satisfy your needs. Please let me know if it doesn't work, and I will need to talk to you about signal strengths, again.

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