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How do you tune in a Samsung LA26R71BD. I've gone to the satellite but it does not show how to connect using a cable with antenna. Is this a digital tv

Connected antenna gone to menu, satellite, area Australia, auto store which finds nothing.

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Refer its user manual for details. https://www.ebookjos.com/pdf/samsung-la26r71bd-owner-manual-guide.pdf Check this link to download the user manual to this set; if you haven't it with you now.
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