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I have a Magnavox tv 15MF605t/17 and I can only get 1 channel. When I check sources there is no HDMI listed, it only plays on "3" source.

I replaced the remote but that did not help.

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Are you using cable or a antenna?

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The number of channels depends on what is connected to it that supplies the channels, usually cable box, satellite or over air decoder. HDMI Sources aren't channels and it has no HDMI. This set is a dinosaur!

https://www.p4c.philips.com/files/1/15mf605t_17/15mf605t_17_pss_aenus.pdf


https://www.google.com/search?q=Magnavox+15MF605t%2F17+manual

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