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1 Press menu button to enter the menu screens for the following optional adjustable settings.choose
3-AUTO SEARCH (Activate to auto search & preset receivable broadcast stations)
-if it don't work change this
4Press menu button to enter the menu screens for the following optional adjustable settings.choose
6-BAND (change the band system for tuning (i.e. VHF-L,VHF-H or UHF).
if VHF-L don't work try VHF-H or UHF and restart all over
uhf and vhf tuning is performed in one board(tuner brd) there are some on line part stores that can help you with the number and price, you'll need to provide the model number. partstore.com is one of them, but there are more.good luck.
I have a similar issue. When the digital switch happened here some of the local TV stations changed frequencies from UHF to VHF. I do not have a VHF antenna so I am unable to receive these channels. I do have a great UHF antenna, but it will not receive VHF. The fix is of course is a new UHF/VHF antenna. I am 50 miles away from the TV transmitters.
This may or may not be your problem. I hope this is helpful to you.
There's a setting in the TV to be able to switch between VHF and UHF. VHF is limited to channels 18 and below (if I remember correctly). Look for a switch or setting on the TV to change it to UHF. Could be a setting in TV menu or a physical switch on the TV.
If your tv tuner on vhf only goes to channel 13 you will not recieve uhf channels if you are hooked to cable tv. You can do a search for mid band to uhf converters (converts uhf to vhf).We used to use them in the early 80's. Even if you can find one it will only go to channel 22.
You did not mention which set you have, so look for a small switch (usually on the back of the set) or go into the menu and set the TV to the "broadcast" or "tv" mode. If the set is in the "cable" mode, you will not get any UHF channels above 13.