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Zenith tv Three of my channels i can hear sound however no picture and all the other channels are working??? Any ideas? i have a one year old who may have screwed uip the program any ideas how to fix?

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Well 2 things come to mind, 1st go into menu and run channel scan, see if that brings them back

2nd if you see a black square on the screen of these channels turn off the closed caption, again in the menu

and if all else fails hook up cable or sat box from the video out to the video in on the tv, set the tv to video input viva remote or going to channel 00

hope this is of some help

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