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Panasonic-36" Pana Black Tube - channels are continuely changing

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I accidently spilled water on the buttons on the front of the TV. There doesn't seem to be a problem with the power button. But if I put the Power Button on; the channels are continuely changing automatically. How can I get it to stop so I can set it on channel 3.

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  • anabear May 26, 2008

    Thanks, That was very helpful. We also used crc electronic cleaner.



    Thanks again,

    anabear

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I would suggest to let the water dry or you can use a hair dryer to blow air through the buttons, you could also open the back cover to blow air towards the front panel to dry it faster.
The spilled water is acting as a conductor, that is why the channels are changing on their own.

Good Luck.

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