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TV won't work with rabbit ears

I have a 19" Magnavox flat screen the tv is only 3 years old i unpluged
the cable for dish tv and put rabbit ears now i get no picture

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    How to hook up a rabbit ears to this tv

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You must change the input on the system to be AIR/Antenna , the way it was before was set to cable/dish/DTV.
The tv sees the input different.

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