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OSD and Volume bar on TV jumps..

Hi, i had to originally set this up a few years ago, but have forgotten how. Using a combination of buttons on the front panel, you can choose a TV system the unit will be pluged up to. If the incorrect one is selected, then bothe the OSD menus as well as the on screen volume indicator bar jumps. Can you advise on the remedy?

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Acording to the service manual - pressing "MEMORY" and "VIDEO 1" toggles between PAL and NTSC

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