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not sure if i have this in the right thread...if not, i apologize.


I just purchased a Olevia 32" HDTV this evening and i am having problems getting ota channels to come up. I only have the standard cable channels (no digital box) with comcast cable. I hooked the tv up and did the auto scan. It found 78 analog channels and found several digital channels. I could only get 2 hd digital channels to come up. So I went out and bought a indoor HD antenna and a gold coax combiner which is suppose to allow a uhf and vhf connection to one tv set. When i hook it all up together, i get nothing (no analog and no digital). If I hook up the OTA HD antenna, I get several HD channels but no analog. Problem is I can't get it all to work together, only seperately. Any suggestions??
 

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not sure if i have this in the right thread...if not, i apologize.


I just purchased a Olevia 32" HDTV this evening and i am having problems getting ota channels to come up. I only have the standard cable channels (no digital box) with comcast cable. I hooked the tv up and did the auto scan. It found 78 analog channels and found several digital channels. I could only get 2 hd digital channels to come up. So I went out and bought a indoor HD antenna and a gold coax combiner which is suppose to allow a uhf and vhf connection to one tv set. When i hook it all up together, i get nothing (no analog and no digital). If I hook up the OTA HD antenna, I get several HD channels but no analog. Problem is I can't get it all to work together, only seperately. Any suggestions??

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It would seem to me you need an A,B switcher like what Radio Shack sells. You would hook your cable and HD antenna into it with 1 cable going to the RF port on the TV then when you want cable or OTA you would just select either A or B
 
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