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Tuning programmes on Toshiba 30HF83 30" TV Problem

I want to tune the channels on my Toshiba 30HF83 30" TV. Once i go to auto tune,it scans from 21 to 66 leaving 1 to 20.How can i make it to scan from 1

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Hello Skinno, Frist of all make sure that you are set to Antenna input and then connect your antenna to the TV this will pull in the VHF ansd UHF channels. Then perform the auto channel select. If this does not work perform a manual channel selection this should clear up your situation.

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