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our tv uses an antennae. it is unable to get pbs.

Our other tv gets it just fine. what do I do to get pbs on the Samsun.

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Have you re-scanned

the tv to see if it's getting all channels ?

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Wow! I had to do this in the UK.

I had to re tune the box to watch the rugby. by the way Japan battered USA.
Dafydd.

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I'd try a bigger antenna. This is the one I use.
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R Proffitt

Thank you for that suggestion. The thing is (I really do not understand all this) but we got pbs on the vizio in the same spot with the existing antennae. This is a samsung. A little better quality. Would that matter. The remote skips right over ch.11 which is pbs. Is there something I am missing with some setting?

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Itsdigger

Thank you Digger. That was the answer. Getting PBS now! Thanks again.

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(NT) Cool !
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Re: PBS

I apologize for the inconvenience. We can only recommend changing the position of the antenna and performing an auto program again. To find out which direction the signal is coming in from you can check out the following site: http://antennaweb.org/

Regards,
HD Tech

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