Hi I bought this Panasonic colour T.V. second hand but their wasn't a Manuel to show how to set the channels on the T.V.. The model # is TZ-20L3Z. I know that it is a fairly old T.V. but it works very well. Can you give me a little guidance on how to set the channels up.
Cheers from N.Z.
Do you mean 'There wasn't a MANUAL or (Manuel as in a persons name?) (poor spelling & there as in location of NOT their as in ownership)
I have a user manual (scanned into a pdf) - the question is how to get it you?
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Re: Guide to setting the channels
At most that I can give you is a generic procedure but should work also in your unit other than the names/terms would probably be a tad different.
Using your remote, press menu, select setup. You may have to select whether you are using cable or aerial. Aerial antenna could be name Air or Std. Normally there would be a search function or add channels or memory + or something like that. Am not sure but you may have a save butoon also but not always.
Hope this gives you some idea. Pls post back how things are or if you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.
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A new bulb may just be showing up a problem that wasn't apparent with the lower brightness coming from an old bulb. Try putting the old bulb back in and look very carefully and see if the problem is still there. If the green is uniform over the whole screen then it may be fixed by setting a colour level change in the menu. If it varies over the screen then it is probably a polarizer affected by age and heating.