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As I turn on TV it keep automatically switching between channels and I cannot fix one specific channel. I tried to disconnect/connect and it continues to do so

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Maybe ur tv is on search channel mode. check the menu panel and look for the tv's browse channel option turn it off. also read ur owner's manual about how to browse channel automatically.

Posted on Sep 04, 2009

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