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Tuning My Tv

Hey I have just been given an older NEC TV for my flat. I bought a cord to connect the TV to the antenna plug in the wall. I turned the TV on and some of the channels were fine but when i tried to tune Channel 2 using the manual dials i managed to stuff up all the channels so now every channel is flickering.
I have tried to tune them in but can't stop the flickering. It's just not tuning for me at all. I have found out that the TV came with a Phillips universal remote but can't figure out if this will tune the TV or not. I don't have any instruction manuals so don't know what to do. Do you have any ideas?

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  • Jazman_shore Mar 02, 2008

    I don't even know how to store the earlier channel into my TV but i had already tried turning the tv off and on many times and it always comes back fuzzy. So no this doesn't work for this problem sorry

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Hi,

If you've store the earlier channel, off the tv and on it again. Every should come back as normal.

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alan

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