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Check the back of your tv to see if you have 1 or 2 coax connectors (screw on connectors). If you have 1 no worries it can do antenna or cable on the same. Go into the menu settings look for "autoprogram" it may be under a submenu possibly labeled "channel" or "setup". It will ask if you want antenna or cable. select antenna, the tv will scan for any channels, locking in the ones it sees and ignores the channel numbers it can't see.
If you have 2 connections select the one that says either "antenna" or "VHF/UHF". Just follow the same autoprogram as above. The TV is only as good as the signal it gets, if the signal is weak it may not see it and skip it. Good luck
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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