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Buy an external antenna or if you have one then start using it. Buy some coaxial cable, install the antenna and wire the antenna to the tv and it will boost the receiving signal and you should be able to receive better reception and get more channels. Even bunny ears might help though I would go with an outdoor antenna. Someone you know may not need theirs anymore or you may be able to find a cheap one from a local shop. Let me know how this turns out.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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