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Tuning Panasonic NV-VP30

by Spif454 / November 21, 2012 8:21 PM PST

Having had no replies to my post regarding tuning my DMR-EZ49VEB recorder to my second TV, I have now tried tuning in my old NV-VP30 recorder but I can see some of the functions showing in the recorder's display but can't get the tuning menu to show on the TV. Can any one help please? I wonder if this problem is to do with finding the appropriate channel on the TV to tune into.

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