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Problem on TV reception

Help... I got a 14-inch sharp model no. 14AG1-S. The problem is I cannot get the exact TV reception. I checked the system. it only has video system as : auto, pal, secam and NTSC 4.43; and an audio system as B/G, D/K and I. I am from the Phillipines. Our other TV has good reception with the NTSC 3.58 and audio system of M. What is the the proper remedy for the sharp TV to have a good reception on the TV chaneels?

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