Question about Vizio M220VA 22 in. LCD HDTV
This is a fairly common issue, either the TV has the upper channels blocked or the signal in that room is just not as strong so a quick scan is passing them over. I will give you the steps to remedy both issues. If the channels show up weak or snowy or not at all after trying these steps you may need to install a booster where you current line splitter is but try these steps first as the TV can easily compensate for a slightly low signal.
Enter the TV Menu, Select TV, Select Channels, Select Master List. Look for channels with X beside them, if they have X they are blocked, simply move down the menu selecting each one to remove the X.
Now that you have verified or corrected your master list select Turn on Additional Scan from the scan menu and run a new scan. The additional scan will take a lot longer but will take more time on each channel and should find them even if the signal is a little low.
Hope this helps FixYa,
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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