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Instructions i am having problems tuning my tv channels into my video, i was wondering if you can help me. i have a dvd video combi which the model number is dv pf4e

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No problem, Follow the below link for the manual http://safemanuals.com/user_guide_instructions_owner_manual_HITACHI_DV-PF4E(UK)_E.htm Have a good 1.

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