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Trying to install Yamada DVD-7600XTV. Keep getting a error message saying no signal. Tried all variations of aerial positions. Can you help?

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Thank you for contacting me. The problem has been solved, however, I am not sure how. I re-installed the whole application and it now works. Thank you.
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Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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