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Please open the manual of the KP-53V45 TV by clicking here. To program the channels in the TV, make sure that the cable is connected to the TV using the Coaxial VHF-UHF cable. Select the Auto Program option to program the channels in the TV. Press the MENU button select SETUP MENU and then select AUTO PROGRAM option to scan all the channels in the TV.
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go to menu settings, find add/delete channel or programming or tuning. There should be an option that says "autoprogram" select this option and let the program run thuroughly. It will read and install all available channels. Do make sure tv is set to CATV and that it is NOT set on AIR.
Is there a input key on the tv itself that you can try to go through the different video inputs or try pressing the channels up or down keys on the tv set. check the owners manual under set up to restart the channel program.
The easiest will be to make sure that the cable box is on and sending out a signal to Channel 3 and auto-programming the set. Channel 3 is skipped because the last time it was auto-programmed, there was no signal on that channel.
judging by the year, this set should definitely be cable ready. check the front of the tv if it has a control panel for a switch that says catv/normal or something similar, if it does not have that switch, check the settings via the remote.
the channel a connector may require an adapter depending on the type of connector. i had an old tv that required an adapter in order to plug the cable coax into it, it resembled an rca connector and is used on some older tv's in place of a screw on connector.
if all else fails, your cable company should be able to provide you with a tuner/converter for free or minimal charge.