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I need help the undercounter TV we bought will not bring in the upper channels. we followed the dir.The mode button does not seem to work we cannot get to the NTSCmode which the directions tell us to do. and we have spent two hours on fri. and one hour today just to get help we received the tv last week and need to know if we need to send it back. model no.KL858S.this company is driving me nuts. Thank You

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Thanks but we sent the thing back

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