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CHANNEL DISPLAY HD signal is great on antenna. Problem encountered is off the antenna channel 8-1 displays as 9-1 / RF9-1. This is this way with several chanels off the antenna. Any ideas/suggestions ?

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I had the same thing happening. 20.1 was 19.1 as well as 12.1, 12.2, and 12.3 were 38.1-38.3. In the last couple of weeks my tv has freaked out and died. I'm just passed one year so I think I'm screwed. I looked and it has corrosion on both boards. That might explain why the logic circuitry didn't work right. Maybe not. As a computer builder though I know corrosion is a bad thing.

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