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How do oi switch the tv from attenna mode to receive cable channels

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How do oi switch the tv from attenna mode to receive cable channels

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Your TV must be set in cable mode for channels higher than 69, and your cable provider must allow those channels to be received without a cable box. Menu, Channels, switch air to cable, run auto scan. If it receiving those channels unencrypted, it will find those channels.

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