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If you've got the wire screwed on to the connection labelled Antenna you'll need to use the remote for the next step. From the TV remote hit the MENU or SETTINGS button. Look for an option on the screen called setup or signal. Memorizing the channels would be the next step. You may need to change an option here from Antenna to Cable in the setup screen, then let the TV run through all the channels to memorize them.
I had the same problem, same channel, same day. It must be a problem with signal strength. With the TV on, I unplugged the coax cable that leads to my antenna (I am not on cable). As soon as I disconnected the antenna, I could change the channel off of 11.1. I plugged the antenna back in and all other channels work. Hope this helps.
What you got here is common. The issue is the controller under the volume and channel and power butoons, This is defective!! your going to need to have the tv serviced. this part cost $75-90 bucks the labor may vary in your area. Please do be considerate as you recieved this info FREE when leaving feedback and ratings today.
You need to find out if the prolem is in the power amps that drive the speakers are bad or not, Try using Powered PC speakers hooking it up to the Audio line out RCA jacks to see if you get the same problem. If it is OK then the problem is in the power amp sections, it can be bad power amp IC of bad filter capacitors in the power supply that provided power to the power amp circuits.