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Cannot get the television to get out of fuzzy screen

I have a Magnavox television and I cant get it out of the fuzzy screen. I play my xbox 360 on it and I was just turning it on and I accidentally pushed the change channel button on the remote. Right after I did that the tv went into the fuzzy screen you always see if you dont have cable. Ive tried everything and nothings worked. If anyone knows how to fix the tv to where I can play my xbox 360 again I'd appreciate it.

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  • hit the channel return button on the remote
  • hit the tv/video button on the remote
  • perform a channel scan through the remote menu
  • unplug unit for over an hour and plug back in, complete initial setup by following instruction on the tv.

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