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Wharfdale TU320DTR channel settings

Hi, just got a Wharfdale TU320DTR and I think kids been changing the 2 channel settings as I am now told TopUP TV in operation when only recording 1 program, can onlyone let me know what the factory settings are for the 2 channels

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Check the menu of your remote thin find the channel setings

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