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Can i hook up a seiki model SE39UY04 to a comcast HD box useing only the HDMI cable and which slot on the TV do I use

I used the HDMI cable included in box but i cant find any channels

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You should be able to. You should be able to hook the HDMI cable into the tv, than go to "TV Input" and select "HDMI 1" "HDMI 2" or "HDMI 3" depending on which input you used

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