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Remote W/out any problems before the T.V. would not go pass Ch. 24. All you get after 24 is snow. i have 3 other TVs in the house all on trhe same cable and they are doing find. Please give me some help.

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  • lnraker Aug 21, 2008

    Tuner will not go past channel 69. Have tried auto programming channels, add/delete channels with no luck.

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You might have to go to menu and add the channel to your television.

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