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First, test that the remote is actually working. The easiest way to do this is to point it at a switched on digital camera and look at the camera display. The remote uses infra red light which the human eye cannot see, but digital cameras can. As you press a button on the remote, you should see a glow coming from the remote in the camera display.
If it is working, it is probably a fault in your TV - not a DIY fix so take it to a repair shop.
If it isnt working, you'll need a new remote. A genuine Panasonic replacement will be expensive so you may opt for a universal one. However, universal remotes wont support all the functions the genuine one does.
have gfm 26" hdtv. remote was dropped on tile floora and no longer worked. no universal remotes will work - not even gfm's. went to remotes.com on the web. orig. remotes no longer mfgd. replacement unit is $39.95. worked right out of the box. batteries were in the unit. no muss, no fuss, no codes.
you can open it the battery compartment its on the back at the bottom just puul it out making pressure on the arrow marks. the original remote cost its 29.00 at partstore and the part # is 8201803680L just incase you need to order a new one