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Tv only has select channels

Tv is attached to cable direct but only receives channels 48-58.(other channel went fuzzy prior to turning off )

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If you have a good cable signal connected to the TV and it receives channel 50 nice and clear but all lower channels have nothing but snow, then the tuner is defective and needs to be replaced. This is quite an easy thing to correct. Sometimes resoldering all connections inside the tuner will bring it back to life, but in either case the set should be serviced by a qualified tech.

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