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Panasonic NV-SJ205 Changing Rf ?


My panasonic is set for a rf 38 and needs to be changed as there is already a broadcast channel on that setting.
How do I change the RF setting ?

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Ok. This is a really easy one.
All you have to do is hold down the menu button on the remote control for more than 5 seconds, If that doesnt work hold down the power button on the remote control for more than 5 seconds. If that doesnt work hold down the power button on the actual vcr unit for 15 seconds. The first method should work for Panasonic's fine.
This will then display your current rf output.
You can then change the output by using the up and down arrows or the channel up and down button on your remote or the vcr unit.
Press menu button to save or the same button you used to bring up the rf opposition eg power button on remote or the unit.

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Hi,
You have another option to connect this VCR in Audio-Video input of TV and don't need to change RF output channel any
more.
Regards,

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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