I set up cable in my apartment, and i should now have basic cable up to 90 channel on this tv. Unfortunately, i only have the basic local channels. My cable rep tells me that this may be because my tv is set at the wrong signal. How can I change the signal if I do not have a remote for the tv?
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Re: Panasonic PV-C1352W cable signal
They claim that if you leave the set unplug from the wall for about 10 minutes and then plug it back in and ushing the power button the set will auto program all the channels available,Without the remote is possible but not as easy,in the front of the set you have the stop/eject button and the REW button,if you press both buttons at the same time a MENU(display) should come up on the screen,keep pressing action until the CH square is highlighted then use the arrows up or down until antenna is selected the use the arrows left or right to change it to Cable,once is in the cable mode go down one more to auto set and press the arrow to the right and it should auto program all the available channels. I hope I made sense but just in case here is the link to the owners manual http://www2.panasonic.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/vProdSupportResults?storeId=15001 ,it can be done.You can use my name in a new question to let me know how it goes ir if you need more information.
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If your using digital cable it will only record channel 3 or 4 depending on what your cable box is set to...In order for it to record different channels it needs a cable source plugged directly into it. You will only be able to record standard cable channels 1-125. If it's digital cable forget about... you can only record it with channel 3/4 a solution to this would be using a 2nd digital box.. "auto-programming" may be limited even with a 2nd cable box. If your only using standard cable 1-125... you can use the TV/VCR button it will switch between the tuner of the TV & VCR allowing you to record while you watch a different show... keep in mind this won't work for digital channels which if I'm not mistaken comcast has already converted all channels to digital even basic.
You are probably talking about the main menu that appears when the TV is taken off the AC power outlet, to get rid of this page just turn the tv off and on again and it should give you access to what ever channel was tuned before, if your game console has an RF out, your TV should be set to channel 3 ir 4, if the console has composite outs the change the channel until the TV goes to Aux in or Video in. Retrevo.com has an instruction manual available which you can download free, just in case you need more informantion, if the channel keys do not work, then you may have to get a universal remote ,they are fairly inexpensive and will come in very handy at least for the basic functions or just have theTV worked on.
On the back of your converter box and TV/VCR there are two coxial connections an (OUT) and an (IN): Step 1. Connect the coxial cable from the antenna to the (IN) connection on the back of the converter box. Step 2. Connect one end of a spare coxial cable to the (OUT) connection on the back of the convert box. Step 3. Connect the other end of the Coxial cable to the back of your TV. I hope that you find this solution helpful. Please take a moment to rate tis solution.
An analog VCR can only be used the same way as an analog TV. You should be able to set the VCR to the converter boxes output channel ( 3 for example) and then set the VCR to record that channel at the correct times. Then just tune the converter box to the correct channel. Please note that if you try this while you are at home (recording one thing while watching another) you will wind up recording whatever is on the channel you change to.