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No cable reception

Dvd works on tv but when i switch to tv mode i do not get any channels. I do not have the original remote for my Toshiba CF35F50, but i am pretty sure that I switched to tv mode manually. I tried the same coaxial cable on other tvs in the house; they work fine. HELP!
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  • gr0235 Jul 09, 2008

    I have the same problem as imashark. My tv will only get two channels 32 and 22 I think. Both are blue with no picture. I think the channels have some how deprogramed.

  • gr0235 Jul 09, 2008

    I have a tuner problem. We are trying to run the cable through the VCR, but do not know the code to program the remote. Where can we find that information if you have lost our user manual?

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Hi, is problably your turner its damage

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