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Cable not working but other

I have an older tv and I just plugged it in and put the cable into the tv. Some of the channels work (the "bunny ear" channels) but nothing else works. I tried programming the TV but it won't pick up my other channels, even when I type in another number on the remote. The cable outlet works as I have my other tv plugged in now to make sure the outlet works. Any suggestions?

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  • lobermjl Jul 13, 2008

    I have cable in my apartment and it worked on my old roommate's tv and my current small tv. I only get the low channels (ABC, NBC, etc) I am looking for the ESPN, travel channel, mtv, vh1 etc. the standard cable channels

  • lobermjl Jul 13, 2008

    I want to get my standard cable channels I have on my other tv and what I had before. I only get like ABC, NBC the bunny ear channels.

  • lobermjl Jul 14, 2008

    Yes it is capable. My aunt and uncle used it in their house and it worked great.

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What other channels are you looking for ?
a signal from a set top box ? cale or digital ?

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

  • rallye Jul 13, 2008

    is your tv UHF capable ???

  • rallye Jul 14, 2008

    what leads are you actually plugging into the tv ?

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