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Just go to its menu option first. There you can change the sound system to PAL B/G, NTSC, andso on. Select the system to PAL B/G first. Then make an auto tune function, All the channels sorted by the TV will automatically tuned and stored in memory with PAL B/G only. google.com/+GopakumarGopalan
Unless it's a multi standard set there's no go on this one. Of the 3 major TV systems you can't get two more radically different from each other than NTSC (US) and PAL UK, Europe etc) If you can afford it, buy a PAL (or multi standard TV) in India. Will you be there long, indefinite, forever? Sell your present TV before going there?
I don't know from which zone you are now posting this problem. Whether it is from India, you must set the system to PAL BG to get colour and sound properly from your TV. If you are from abroad, find out the trasmission system there, and set it accordingly.
It is best to set the system to Auto, to get the TV all system accepted. To adjust this, you just get into the menu, and surf for system settings, according to your TVs operation manual, and change it to AUTO., and select it. If so your TV will adjust itself to the system which it receves. OK.
check the system compatibility in your area whether it is a NTSC PAL system or multisystem make sure that your tv is compatible with the broadcast system ..next is check the color IF of the video section replace it with a new IF (INTERMEDIATE FREQUENCY )control
you're not quite clear as to what your problem is. if your unit is a european model the easiest way is to use an external NTSC to PAL converter which would enable you to view phil programs on your PAL TV. Prce range from P4000.00 to P150,000.00. Or you can have a competent technician modify your TV hardware which would depend on the availability of part. In the past, during the advent of OFWs going to the middle east, you would spend like P2500.00 for conversion, parts and labor. Parts may still be available in raon, mnla. It is not feasible nowadays, though, as of course you already would probably know that you can buy surplus tvs for as low as P2000.00 for the 29" types in cubao or pier. Used LCD tvs or montors are also available cheap, from P1500.00 to P3000.00. If your unit is a PAL/NTSC selectable, then you're probably better off using it as a monitor as parts for the circuitry of the color system select may not be available since they are usually part of a VLSI IC.
If the TV was sold in the US then most likely it cannot support anything but NTSC. It would have a label or some indication that it would be mulit format or you would see a way to switch to PAL,SECAM etc. in the users menus.