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Can't sem to get the PIP to work

I cannot use the PIP feature -- I have the direct feed from the wall into the cable converter box (cable in) then out of there (RF out) into the TV "A".
Is there something I am doing wrong, or it the problem with the cable box ?

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In order to use the PIP feature, you Must have 2 different sources to view. Your current connections prohibit this. See if you can get say, a DVD or VCR connection going into the set also and you've got a fix!...accordianman

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OK you are not going to like this but here we go any way. First of all I need to explain how your channels are created.

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