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My panasonic says #10801 on the front

I have lost the manual,  I have no idea how to set the remote -  the cable
hs not been hooked up for two years.  Now we are ready for the t.v.
and I can't get it programmed..... help...

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Re: my panasonic says #10801 on the front

Sounds like it is in 1080i mode and you are inputting another type of input. the manual is here on this site for downloading. if you can't find it here let me know and I can send you the pdf of it .you need to go thru the manual and set the input for the same mode as the signal you are feeding the set.

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