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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


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