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I can't change channels,message on TV says,'' no input available''.

I have no Sharp TV channel control. We use a universal contrtol,( which is our Dish control) which worked fine , then all of sudden it would not change channels. I can't even get it back to channel 3. At this time a message of 54 Analog is in upper righthand corner. HELP, please! C.C.

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Have you tried reprogramming the Dish remote with the Sharp code? That might bring back the TV control. Another option is to use the TV's control panel menu button (if available), go to the setup choices and have the TV scan for channels while the Dish receiver is on. It will find channel 3 then, and probably nothing else, so the set will stay on that channel.

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