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If you are on an antenna, the sub-channel of a localDTV station (22-2) was the only thing the digital receiver was able to pickup on the initial scan of channels.
If you are on an antenna, rescan for available channels.
If you are on a cable/sat box, and scanned for channels you probably picked up a like channel that is in the same bandwidth as 22-2. Probably not even a channel.
If you have a cable or satellite box, hook it up to one of the VIDEO channels using either a Composite AV cable (Yellow/Red/White) or a Component A/V Cable (RED/GREEN/BLUE with RED/WHITE for audio. If you are lucky enough to have HDMI for your source, use that.
Going forward, all of your changing channels will be from the SOURCE.
Well make sure it's on the right source, I have a 50 inch Samsung and when you're on the wrong channel it'll read no signal and you can't do anything. So make sure you have cable hooked up right and make sure it's on the right source or video channel first. I don't know but this might help.
How did the cable person hook up the cable? Was it thru an rf connector and you need to put the tv on A channel . Or are there video and audio cables from the cable box to the tv? We need to have more info please. Thanks