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Panasonic are very good at having free PDF copies of user manuals. However if you just want to playback old tapes then all you need do is connect the vcr to a TV and press play. You might need to adjust the tracking using the controls on the remote. But the picture should play. If you see snow on the screen, but can hear sound, then the tape heads will need to be cleaned. You can get a VCR cleaning tape for that.
OK this is going to be either a tube problem or a convergence board problem, either way your going to have to get it serviced, unless your really electric savy and care to take it apart and solder pieces. There is no real fix to your problem without actually going "in"...
means you prolly have something wrong in the tv with the actual board or chip in your tv. im not fimiliar with your model but i have a panasonic viera and it wouldnt tuen on shortly after and they said i had to send it in for repair
You can try the universal receiver. The white, black, and green wires are the house wires. The receiver must match to these on one side. The wires on the other side go to the fan/lights. It is possible that one of these has come loose. If you try the universal, make sure the dip switches are in the same positions on both.
Take the fan down, and remove the receiver completely, from house wires and fan. (Make sure the breaker is off first!) Then wire the fan directly to the house wires. The blue wire on the fan is for lights. Wire it with the black wire in the same wire nut.
I'm assuming you have a wall switch that powers the wires coming from the ceiling.
By the way, I have never seen anyone control two fans with lights with one receiver. Usually each fan has its on.
sounds like the back light circuit is going bad after the unit is on for a spell. This is not a repair for the end user to attempt. I recommend that you look in the owners manual for a phone number or address for service and call or contact them. Good Luck