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Newbiw question.. can't get OTA HD

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#1 OFFLINE   bobbyc01ta


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Posted 17 September 2006 - 06:31 PM

Hi guys.. I'm a proud new owner of a Mitsubishi LCD rear projection TV with built in HD tuner.. I have tried everything to try and get local HD channels but no luck.. My TV will do a scan of the channels but won't pick up any HD channels. I do have dish network but I have the roof-top antenna hooked up.. for some reason my locals are channels like 55,56,57,58 instead of the usual 4,5,8,11.. for fox, nbc, abc and the other fox. I am using a coaxal(sp) cable. The screen is clear but all shows are only in 480i..the TV i have is good for 720. How can I get my TV to pick up the local OTA HD stations. Football is on :) any help is appreciated and i'm willing to answer any questions.. thanks... model wd-62527. Maybe i'm doing something wrong:confused:

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