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Mitsubishi VS-5051 I just got a hand me down TV. I don't have the manual. How do I hook it up for cable tv? I hooked the cable in the ANT A ,have power and sound.Video is not the clear. I have a large black box that appears. Push any button on the remote it goes away for a minute and reappears. It is not the PIP. Also can not get the cabel channels to program in. Really need help.....

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