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Changing from pal to ntsc

I have a panasonic tc-29v50a colour tv. Do I have the option of changing from pal to ntsc? If so how do I do it ( I can't find the manual:-( ). Do you know where I can download a manual?

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    Ntsc to pal......can't change

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Www.retrevo.com should have the user manual for your set. Just enter the model number to see if they have it

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