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Channel number does not go away

Panasonic TBM4T012 TV, 4 years old. The channel number does not go away after selecting channel. Checked in the menu, cant see any function to take it away.

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  • waltercanitz Dec 07, 2008

    Tnx, but dont have original remote! Have a universal remote though. Any suggestions?

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Press Display / Info button on "TV's Original Remote", on-screen display of channel number will disappear.

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Dec 07, 2008

    universal remotes have no button for display / info so original remote is necessary.



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