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Digital tuner seems to be broken

I have had this TV for about three months. All seemed fine at first but one day I was watching a digital channel and it went off. Ever since then I have been unable to get any digital channels despite having tried to re-tune it several times. I can get analogue channels ok. Have tried TV in two different places with the same result.

Any ideas? Could the digital tuner be broken?

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You'll need to go into service mode and do a factory reset.
To enter service mode you'll need to press these buttons on your remote in the following order:-
Standby-info-menu-mute-standby.You'll need to do it fairly quickly and be patient it doesn't always go into it first time,don't press and hold the buttons.
The service menu should appear on the screen.Use the up /down cursor to scan down to option number 12 (factory reset)and then press the right cursor wait will appear on the screen and the set will go to standby(don't worry this is normal)
Reboot the set and retune and all should be well

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First try and unplug the tv for 30 min. Then try it. If this does not fix it, go into your menu and reprogram the channels. You will find auto program in the setup or install part of the menu. It should work from there. If not, the control board is bad. You or a repair shop will need to replace it.

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Take the set and reprogram it where one of the other sets are ok. Digital signal is not so forgiving as analog, also place one of the sets that is receiving that station in place of the not receiving one. It's possible that the signal level at the bad spot is on the border line and that model can't hold on to it. You may also check visio's web site for any software up grade to your model that you may have to down load.

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have you pressed the source button on the remote and changed to DTV?

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