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Hi Gudrun - You didn't say what you previously tried. Find the TV setting Menu (usually on the remote) then locate "Channels" there should be an option to Scan for channels. Select scan & wait until it's complete. If you are using an antenna, make sure it's securely attached to the TV.
I have had to move my indoor antenna to get the same channels. I suspect the broadcast signal has changed direction.
Is it the tv's remote? Change the batteries
are you on a cable box? You need to use the providers channel changer. Tv is made to stay on one channel like channel 3 and the cable box runs the different channels.
Look in the owner's manual for instructions on having the TV scan channels. Make sure the converter is on before starting the scan. If that doesn't work, you'll have to buy or borrow a universal remote to take care of it (enter 3, 03 or 003 on the remote control). This will happen every time you remove power to the set, whether it is unplugged or you have a power failure, so start saving up for a new remote control.
Try to manually add cahn 3 or 4 to the lineup. if there is a reciver installed with a coax cable then it should show up on cahn 3 or 4. also you can also try entering the cahn number manually such as pressing zero, three on the keypad or whichever chan you a re trying to access.
press the menu button in the middle of your remote and scroll over to the middle tab that's labled "TV" and then scroll down to "auto search". click on this option by pressing the right arrow key on your remote so that your T.V. and "re-scan for channels. It might take awile. I took me about 5 minutes but for majority of the time it was stuck on 45% while it was scanning.
My tv will not turn on. We had been away for a week and no power interuption at home. We have unpluged the tv for short and long periods of time . We we attempt to turn the power on it cuts off by itself.
Your tuner settings must be set on broadcast instead of cable.
Below channel 13, they use the same frequencies so it doesn't matter.
Find the tuner settings page in the menus and change the