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Tv won't change channel

Tv stays on channel 2 when i try to change the channel it says no input available,and i cant get the menu screen to come up.what do i do

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Did you hook the tv up to the converter box or did you not add channels?

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How is the TV connected? make sure all the channels are configured properly and the correct input is selected

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