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Unable to tune Tosumi TV

I have a colour 24'' Tosumi tv (not flatscreen) and need to tune in my games console and haven't got a clue how do do this. I have entered the menu section but it does not tell me how I can tune a new channel....can you help?

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I've got the exact same problem right now. Did u manage to fix it?

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