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Sharp 27F-630 27" TV

I recently bought a TV and had it hooked up to my Direct TV Reciever. When I hooked it up and tried to watch tv the screen went completely BLUE and would not change. I tried wathcing a DVD and it worked completely fine. I hooked up the antentna and it worked completely fine, but once I tried watching Direct TV the screen went blue. Any suggestions??

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Dear eligas1312, Most probably your antinna is not reciving TV signals properly.Try to adjust it in a right direction at a proper height, also adjust frequency of various channel of Direct TV through menu button. regards ajay

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