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GE TV/VCR 1995

I have a 13" GE TV/VCR. I bought it approximately, l995. It has been a wonderful Tv but this week, I can't get one of my channels in. All the other channels are fine, excet for channel 10, the program comes in on all the other TV's in the house. What could be wrong that one channel won't clear up. It has another station talking & it's black & streaky with the other sound on it.

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  • Rae Weems
    Rae Weems Mar 28, 2008

    I couldn't retune it, it's all done on screen & only let you fix the color, contrast, etc.



    But, we switched with another TV, into another room & now it works. We're thinking it was a chip or something & when we moved it, it did something.



    Thanks for replying to my question.

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Have you tried retuning for ch 10? Is your TV on the same antenna/ connection as the rest in the house?

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