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What input does the tv need to be on for cable
I do not have a remote for the TV but I know I get cable channels on it from using the manual buttons becuase I had them in my last apartment. However, I now have a splitter running my from cable TV box into this TV (wich is my children's TV) and the only channel I get is 45 and Line. I have tried accessing the following in the Menu: TV, Channel, ad VCR. None seem to have a button to push to allow cable channels to be seen. Please help as this TV is the only thing that help my children sleep through the night!
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
Most tv's dont need to be on an input for cable. Just channel up and down or change from LIne1 or Input1 to TV or CATV.
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
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