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How can i get the channel auto scan on my Hisense 55h6sg tv to find any channels.

I have a Hisense 55hg6s Smart Tv and I do not have cable. I am trying to do an auto scan to find channels but when i walk through the setup i need to enter a zip code and then click on scan, but it keeps saying please try again. It located one area for me by zip code and it says please wait but no channels will come up. Please Help

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    Tracey Volturno Dec 12, 2016

    Thank-you I have the incorrect remote to be able to do that

  • D. E. Hev Dec 14, 2016

    You do not need a remote to do that, you can access the menu from the buttons on the tv.

  • D. E. Hev Dec 14, 2016

    Hisense site for manual if you are missing it
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    https://www.hisense-usa.com/support/mode...

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If it is asking for zip code you have not told it to scan for over the air or antenna channels when it asks air or cable

Posted on Dec 12, 2016

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    Tracey Volturno Dec 14, 2016

    Thank-you I was given a wrong remote with the floor model TV so I couldn't do that option

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