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ONLY GETTING ONE STATION(3)

HAVE 1982 QUASAR TV. MOVED TO A HOUSE WITH CABLE ALREADY INSTALLED. NOT ABLE TO GET ANY STATIONS EXCEPT FOR STATION 3. ANY SOLUTIONS?

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