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1999 RCA 62 inch tv

When I plug the cable line into the back of the tv it does not seem to be picking up the cable. My son even pluged his playstation in and it would not come up It was working fine one day then the next time we turned it on it wouldnt do nothing Thanks for any suggestions Lesa

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