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KV-36FS13 Cable input isn't tuning anymore. All other inputs (DVD, VCR, game) working fine. I have to tune cable through the VCR. Is this an easy fix?

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Your TV has problem in Tuner section hardware and its not so costly repair. Watching cable trough VCR is alternative solution, which you already have.

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4) If you want to copy one of the channels that is only available with the cable box you will still be limited to only being able to watch that channel while it is recording but here is how you will do it.

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