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At times my Panasonic High Def Digital Receiver does not work -

For Example...I can get no channels through the unit to work - it does not display or change channel through my plasma tv.When this hppens the LCD on the receiver has a small lower case ' n ' on it and does not change even after several power resets please explain this so it can be fixed. The model number of the high definition digital receiver is Panasonic TU-HDT104A....thankssame unit, exactly the same problem

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Try downloading firmware for the TU-HDT104A from Panasonic web page. It might be a software problem.

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