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Cannot set my VHF & UHF stations on my 9 in Panasonic tv set from

The regular stations are set I do not know how to use the menu action button to set my other stations from VHF & UHF picked up set at resale shop shows great color picture but I can't get all my stations, will the new digital box help stations come in automatically. Help. Thanks I know they work because I had it in my brothers re-hab facility and they set it there. Thanks again, awaiting your help.

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Hello there i have a link for the manual below please rate me if you find this info usefull thanx

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    nick haynes Jan 27, 2009

    hello sorry have you poste dthis item in the worng catogery because it says vhs at the top but in your ? it says tv which one is it plese so i can help you


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