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YouTube TV

Is there a user guide or How To Video explaining YouTube TV navigating? YouTube TV navigating is not intuitive. It would be helpful.

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YouTube channel lock

YouTube channel lock is used for grabbing and pinching things. They are just made from sturdy mater are utilized for snatching and squeezing particulars. They're produced using solid materials, for example, high-carbon steel, and their holding jaws give a solid grasp on a particular.

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Who Knew YouTube TV Has Channel Locks?

I'm new to YouTube TV and somehow inadvertently locked myself out of watching the five channels at the top of my roster. I'm not sure what I did, but I have combed through my settings and cannot for the life of me see anything amiss.

Has anyone had any experience with this? The still image displayed when I click on a channel in question is from the show in progress with a little lock icon superimposed over it and text that says "unlock to watch" on the screen.

What the hell have I done? I know it will be simple and hope that you, genius that you are, can help me.

Do you have my simple solution?

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