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I believe that channel 00 switches the set to the A/V inputs on the rear panel. You may have a bad cable or loose connection. Make sure the RCA plugs are firmly in the jacks at both ends.
The trouble may also be in the VCR. Sound but no picture is often a symptom of dirty heads. Try using a wet-type cleaning cassette and see if that brings the picture back. Wet-type cleaners come with a bottle of cleaning fluid which you apply to the strip inside. It's much more effective than dry type cleaners.
I hv PANASONIC COMMERCIAL TV - MODEL CT 2522 HE. I am facing problem to preogramme all channels.when I open MANU with univeral remote control,or panasonic master remote,I donot find option for PROGRAMME CHANNEL.SOME OF THE CHANELS SKIP,I want all channels to be programmed..pls give the solution
When a commercial comes on, you press the "Commercial Skip" button on the remote. Then you see a 30-second countdown timer appear on the screen. If you think there will be more than 30-seconds of commercials, then press the button more (each time you press adds 30 seconds to the on-screen timer -- usually I press it 4 to 5 times). The timer stays counting down on the screen while you change channels during the commercials to see what else is on. When the timer counts down to 0, it is erased from the TV screen and the TV automatically changes you back to the channel it was on when you pressed the commercial skip button. I use this feature a lot! I wish all TV's had it built in. Some universal remotes have a similar (but more awkward feature) where the remote has the timer inside it, and it sends a signal back to the TV when the count is up, but I don't think this would work as well.