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Tuning in programmes

How do i tune in programmes

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Press the menu button then go to programme then auto

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What is the code for panasonic pv-dr2714

The codes are contained in the remote. If you have a Panasonic remote, it should work. If you are trying to use an (unknown brand) remote and it is programmable, you can use its "code search" feature to find a suitable code. If a thorough search of all available codes is unsucessful, you may have to try another programmable remote because all remotes do not contain all codes.

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I have a panasonic viera 42 in plasma. It has a built in freeview receiver. It is in the bedroom and receives a signal through a booster from the main sky box. I can get free view channels on it but can't...

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I have 2 alba tv/dvd combi's.1 in kitchen & 1 in bedroom.After digi switchover 1 in kitchen is fine after re tuning.The bedroom tv only has a few stations after numerous re tunes.Both work off

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Only goes up to Channel 19.

Go into the TV's setup screen and make sure its tuning mode is set for "cable" (may say "CATV"). I'm not familiar with this set so I don't know exactly what the screen will say, but there should be some reference to channel setup, TV setup, tuning band, etc. It's probably set on "AIR" now.

Normally, when set for off-air reception, the set works properly for channels 2 through 13, and 14 up don't tune properly. Since you're getting channels up to 19, there may in fact be some kind of tuner problem. If the TV is already set for cable tuning, you may have found why the former owner was freecycling it. But check that tuning mode.

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