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Can't set cable channels

Cannot get seem to get to the option to set the channels to match the cable. No cable box, line connects directly to the tv.

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I HAVE A TV WITH THE REMOTE BUT NO INSTRUCTION BOOKLET. tHERE IS A NUMBER ON THE REMOTE 076NODW090. i CAN' T GET ANYTHING ON THE SET. iT IS HOOKED UP TO CABLE. HELP PLEASE.
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Posted on May 05, 2008

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