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Pacific TV - Need to tune without remote

Well recently my remote decided 2 pack in on me just wondering if anyone knows how to tune a channel in without using a remote. It's the pacific model with a built in video player can anyone help please?

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SOURCE: lost remote

Go up to ch 80 and the next one is the AV ch

Posted on Jun 29, 2008


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SOURCE: does not provide code for my pacific dvd player

You can perform a manual search.

Press and hold TV,SAT,DVD or VCR until the centre light blinks red.

While it is blinking press 0000

The flashing will speed up.

Press the power button repeatedly - it will cycle through all codes.

When your device turns off (powers off) press the okay button.

It should now power on and off correctly.

Check the other buttons to see if everything works.

If it does not start the process again - it will hit another code which will also power down the device - takes a long time but should work - manual states it may take 20 mins - practise says longer!

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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If you are unsure how to re-tune the box which many people are having problems with please visit this website for a guide for your model box >>>>





http://www.tvretune.co.uk/







http://www.tvretune.co.uk/productmanuals/








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