Question about Televison & Video
Most of the buttons on your remote should be on the TV too,at least the important ones.Look all around the edges for them,top,sides,bottom.To program the channels,press the menu button and search around for channel searching options,perhaps auto-search or antenna.If you auto search,you can get rid of channels you do not want(I dumped c-span and a couple others)by going to that channel after the search,press menu,and you will have to fish around a little because it slightly varies between brands,but eventually there will be an option to add/delete the channel.The channel button or volume button will allow you to add/delete.
Since you did not list your brand and model number,if you send it to me I could check out how much a new one is.I would guess at least $60 though. Good luck!
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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