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Tv problems Hi, I have had problems with my TV reception, a cable had been chewed though by bird and since this was fixed and I re-tuned the TV. The channels do not tune on the correct channel numbers and I cannot get channel 0 on which I can use to play my video? (Model K2139E3) Please can you help? Many Thanks Caroline Mckenna 0402 693 494

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Hi,

I am assuming that you are using cable and not an aerial/antenna.

On your concern "...channels do not tune...correct channel numbers...", it is possible that when you re-tuned the TV your setting was set to AIR or STD, try to re-tune again but this time pls verify that you are in CABLE mode. If on the other hand you are using aerial/antenna, then it is the other way around.

Channel 0 would automatically be your Audio/Video (which is where your DVD/VCR is connected). If you re-tune, chances are that Channel 0 ) would be back. To be on the safe side, pls power on likewise the DVD/VCR.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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