Press and hold for a few Seconds the 2nd Button from the left on the
front of the TV. The auto tune menu will appear on the bottom right of
the screen. Wait until it disappears and then check the channels by
using the buttons on the remote.
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If you live in the US and the TV doesn't have the newer ATSC (digital) tuner, you're lucky to get 3 channels! The only analog broadcasts left in the US are "low power" & "translator" stations. The old NTSC analog tuners in TV's from just a few years back have little to tune since broadcasters have been moved and changed from analog to digital as directed by the FCC in 2009.
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Go into the TV's setup screen and set the tuning mode for "cable" or "CATV". It got set back to "air" after the power failure. When set for off-air tuning, only channels 2 through 13 tune properly. Set for cable and rescan channels and you'll be set.
I know what you are asking for but as of yet there are only the converter boxes that are for non-mountable TVs. What you could do is to install the converter box someplace else in the kitchen or wherever you have extra space and run a cable from the box to the TV, and install the antenna on the converter box. I have used this configuration for some people who have under cabinet TVs.
I returned my original TV/DVD to the suppliers who then sent me a new one.
I experienced exactly the same tuning problem with the new TV.
The only way I could tune it, was by using the fine tune facility to find and store the missing stations. This took a lot of time and continuous button pushing, so patience is essential.
Once found and stored, the previously missing channels are perfect.
It would appear that the DVD player doesn't like DVD- recordings from my home recorder. If they are re-coded they work.
Anything recorded on DVD+ is fine.
In my opinion this is a good unit let down by a couple of niggling faults.