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"reset button" Yesterday I was able to access up to 73 channels. Today I accidently pressed the "reset" button, the tv flipped through the channels for a minute, and now I only get 13 channels. Help!

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  • sammybaby123 Sep 01, 2008

    You have to go in and manually add all those lost channels yourself. Go to "menu" and under "channel search" or "add channels" you must press in each individual channel (say "16") and then press the "+" button until the screen says "added".



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