#1
Im a noob, I'm replacing me low E string and after I get it in a tightened I try to tune it with my electric tuner but I get 7b and 5a and can't find 6e. And that string is really twangy.
#3
Are you at the right octave?

Ignore the tuner, and tune the 5th fret of your E to the open A.
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#4
Either you are too high or not high enough. You should start low and work your way up. I know if it says 5a then you are too high because thats the tuning of your next string.