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Bought a new 19"TV but after hooking up cable in house and elec. it says no signal....help

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Still says no signal after attaching to cable and elec.....guess I will have to go to place of purchase and see what they say since the 800 # is not available on weekends. Not sure what else to do.....cable has always worked on all our tvs,,,,don't see any other cable hookups on back of TV. thanks

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