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ILOIWF2706 We purchased an iLOIWF2706. We are pleased with pitcure, etc. Our prolem is that we have a satelite reception that comes through a receiver. Every time we power on our TV, we get the TV setup screen. We can program it as far as the auto channel program but the tv will not identify any channels. In order to be able to view our satelite channels we have to have the remote when we power it on, and push the menu and the the imput select buttons. This is a pain every time we turn it on, and if we cannot locate the remote, we cannot view the Tv. Is there anyway to get the TV to a point that these steps are not neccessary?

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