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I have an old mitsubishi televsion and I cannot get channel 3 on the television so that I can watch my uverse tv

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Look on the back of you device, most channel modulators allow for channel 2 and 3 or 3 and 4 setup you may find a switch to set this or refer to the devices user manual for the location of this feature also and if you have a component audio video input on your TV try using RCA cables to connect them together

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