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Switching from cable to an antenna

I want to eliminate cable and use an antenna. The antenna instructions say that I have to set my TV to receive an ANTENNA single rather than a CABLE signle. I have gone through the TV menu and can't find anything like that. Is there such a switch? If so where is it and how do I get to it?
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Well first off, on 2-9-09 the off air antenna will be eliminated. and you must have a converter box to receive signal. Now on the set that you have, you must check and see if its a dual tuner. NTSC or ATSC and still try to run the auto search on cable and see how many channels you get. Most Tvs only have cable setting and not off air. so try it and see.

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