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When I can get Channel 3 on my Sanyo TV, I cannot

When I can get Channel 3 on my Sanyo tv I cannot get Channel 2-3 or 3-4 or visa versa. If I can get can get Chs. 2-3 and 2-4 then Icannot get Ch. 3. I used to be able to set something or other to switch between the two. Could you tell me what do to make it work. Thank you David

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Hi, check the tv tuning menu for channel 3 - it may have been set to "Skip"
This can be proven if your remote has numeric keypad.
3 will be accessible through this but not through program + or -

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Hi, check the tv tuning menu for channel 3 - it may have been set to "Skip"
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