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31" tv I have my tv in my summer home. During the off season the cable channel degrades my service to save money. In April when my cable is restored to normal channels I can't get all the channels on my TV. Last year I figured it out, but can't remember what I did. I think it has something to do with the stored memory maybe. I tried auto program and unplugging the TV.

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You need to make sure your cable channel are all on then reprogram tuner put it in menu make sure it is set to cable then. reprogram set


that should do it thanks Doctor video leadingedgeelectronics since 1987

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