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My digital tv will only pick channel 10, abc and sbs, even though it used to pick all channels?

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U trying to pick up all free AIR DTV tv stations wright?Yes.This problems u have a weak airial antena.Buy a better antena like a Digital antena or a roof antena for hook up.Tries again,will pick up all DTV free AIR tv stations.

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