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Hitachi 27 TV is connected to a satellite cable. Both are plugged into a power strip that was turned off while both were in the on position. When the power strip was turned on again the tv did not get satellite reception. A second tv remotely linked through the same satellite box works fine so it is not the DISH satellite system. While checking various functions of the tv I noticed it was not set on channel 3 to receive the satellite signal. Setting the tv to channel 3 I noticed most channels were in the delete mode including channel 3. Setting the tv to channel three does not fix the problem. Also after manually truning off tv the correct way , when restarting it it shows a cd/dvd disk moving across the screen. Any ideas Product is an Hitachi 27cx21b not what is shown as the product below.

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If the sat feed is on channel 3, and the TV is tuned in and still does not get the feed, check the feed wire to be okay. If all is okay, there is a possiblity that the tuner module in the set has failed.

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