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Tuning in the tv

I have a 15 " lcd tv that works perfect , but cannot tune in any terrestial channels using an aerial, when searching it wont find any??? but the aerail is new and working on other tvs. ive lost the instruction boolklet

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Most TV's auto search feature will try both the Cable and the Air frequencies, but perhaps yours doesn't. Go to the menu page for tuner setup and make sure it is set on Air (might be called broadcast) and then run the channel search.
Cable channels and Broadcast channels (above channel 12) are not the same frequencies.
Hope Ya Fix It!

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