Question about Televison & Video
The RCA television we have we can not get it to find any channels when doing a search for them when cable is hooked up directly to the cable input in the back...what do i do?
It sounds like you may need to adjust what type of cable signal your TV accepts. Depending on how old the unit is there maybe a small switch near the cable input, or a option in your setup.
If its a switch your should have three options including STD, which is the standard setting which has adopted by cable providers.
In your menu you would be looking for an option for signal, or even a choice between Air, or Cable.
I hope this helps.
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