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I cannot tune it in...what do I do?

I need to find out how to tune in my portable sanyo television model number CE 14 M2-R Any help would be appreciated..... Vivienne Byrne

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SOURCE: HOW TO TUNE GRUNDIG 14" TV

for tune your grundig you must use remote control

Posted on Dec 10, 2007

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SOURCE: Tuning Sanyo VCR

Press both channel buttons simultaineously for 3 seconds it will automatically tune your programmes press ok when ok flashes on vcr screen display

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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SOURCE: sanyo tv no manual needs tunning ?

Hi I don't know what country you're in but there are websites that will supply direct replacement remotes. You could try here if you're in the uk:

http://www.remotesrus.co.uk/remote/make/SANYO.htm

If you can identify the exact model number of the appliance or remote you can also google for information, there may even be a picture of it somewhere or a source where you can obtain a manual.

Good luck...

Hope this helps

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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SOURCE: Sanyo tv tuner identification

I have the sanyo part # 6450526084 . There is another number but could not find it online. There is a place called www.tiptoptuner.com that might sell you the tuner outright as they mostly rebuild them . The are the cheapest place i know of . You want to use the contact link and tell them the part # and see if they can cross it for you as i gave you part number. The ID # you refer to is on the tuner shield that you say is missing . Or you can google the part # to see what you can find should start with 1AV4FBAM???? . Good luck

Posted on Mar 03, 2008

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SOURCE: Sanyo Model DS24205 television

On the website it states that ur telly uses the NTSC format standard, this is an based on a analogue system

Buy a set top box.

Cheers

Posted on Jul 26, 2008

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