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Digital signals don't come from antenna. They come from the internet, or from a digital satellite receiver.
Then when you get the digital signals, you have to pay the provider for the channels you want to receive. As long as your provider does not know and did not sell you any channel you wont be seeing one.
your' TV is in VIDEO mode... connect your cable or sat. or DVD player or cable box etc. to TV using the VIDEO jacks>>>>red , white , and Yellow wires....picture should be on TV now.
other ways to get a picture also....changing TV from VIDEO mode TO TUNER mode...etc
You must have a monaural (mono) TV even though it looks like you have speakers on each side. The VCR has stereo audio output red=right white=left yellow=video. Ideally you would buy a mixing tee to add the left and right signal. Or if your VCR supports it you can set it to mono output. Otherwise, just use the white (left) cable to feed the mono input (white) and of course the yellow to yellow for video. Just ignore the red wire or lightly tape over it to avoid any short. Best,
I had a paper for a remote... think it is the phillips universal remote.
it said apex tv codes were as follows: 023 and 741
apex audio is: 068
apex dvd is as follows: 044 146 347 545 547 640 644 740 741 840