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Tv channels are not coming in

I can play the vcr, with no problem, but i can't get any cable channels, I have reset the channels, unplugged the tv for many hours, still unable to watch tv, but can watch movies.the screen comes up snowy, i have even checked the cable with another television, and that worked fine.

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It seems that there is a problem with your tuner. check inside if there are cold solder especially the rf connector jack of the unit.

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