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Samsung B750 - how to delete channels completely?

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by Trekster, Mar 19, 2010.

  1. Trekster

    Trekster Member

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    I just bought the LE46B755 (755 is the European version) last week. I have only had about a couple of days to play around with it, but I must say that I am very satisfied with the TV already – it’s SUPER nice! :smashin:

    I have come across one problem though:

    I used the Plug & Play Setting and the automatically finding of the channels and that worked out fine. The TV found all the channels, but also a lot of channels that I do not care about, or that simply does not work (They are coded, or something else is wrong because they are just black). I have “deleted” all the channels that I do not want, but all that does is simply to remove them from the “Added Channels” list. They still exist in the “All Channels” list – which results in some annoying problems.

    The problem is that because I have both DTV Cable channels and Analog channels some of them share the same channels numbers. So when I press for example the” 1” button on the TV it randomly chooses either the Analog channel or the DTV Cable channel. Even thought I have removed the Analog channel on that number? Furthermore when I press the “Guide” button on the remote, I still see all the channels that I am not interested in which makes this, otherwise nice feature, rather useless.

    Isn’t there any way to delete the unwanted channels completely?

    Or am I missing something here?
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    Anyone?
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    Alan CD Well-Known Member

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    The digital channels have their own tuner (digital tuner) which is totally separate from the analogue channels which uses the analogue tuner.

    There is a button on the remote to select either the digital or the analogue tuner.

    So I do not understand your problem! :confused:

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