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09-01-2007 08:00 PM #1
channels add themselves on local tv
hmm.. i didnt know where to post this! so on my small olevia hdtv everytime im changing the channels new channels appear that dont exist :| i like to scan from time to time and the channels that add themselves dont come up when i do the scan. i live in los angeles and these channels added themselves : 41.5, 41.6. hmm thats the only channel that comes up that is not a LA channel. I guess the other channels got erased by itself :| when i change it to those channels it says "no picture".... does the tv scan for channels by itself? channels add themselves and remove themselves! its weird!
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09-01-2007 10:04 PM #2
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09-01-2007 10:40 PM #3
some tv's will auto scan behind the scenes to make sure it has all the channels since they can change (number of sub channels, even the channel display number as well) though that generally doesn't happen often from anything I've seen locally.. I have seen on one tv recently an option to turn that on or off..
09-02-2007 04:36 AM #4SatelliteGuys Regular
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