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SteveK

New user question

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Hi, new user today with OLED65C7P. Streaming NETFLIX, Amazon, Sling TV and Tablo works great. 

Question... when I turn TV on it comes on Live TV. Can I change that? No antenna or cable attached.

 

Steve

 

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