How can I manually tune a very old american Panasonic TV?

I have a Panasonic model TR-005 I am trying to get a channel but am having no luck I have been turning all of the dials and moving the aerials but there is no picture. Can someone help me please?

Asked By: SIAN T - 10/25/2006
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get some one who can do the job
Answered By: stfreddy77 - 10/25/2006
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Find a very old american, he might help you!
Answered By: jabelite - 10/25/2006
never heard of it but if it has a remote try getting a universal one, either that bin the bugger
Answered By: garyxwx - 10/25/2006
I don't know about your particular model, but it should have a few potentiometers on the main circuit board, one of which is used for channel fine-tuning. Find the right one and adjust it for best picture and sound. You'll have to open up the TV to do this, so be careful and don't electrocute yourself. A TV HAS VERY... More
Answered By: BMLZ - 10/25/2006
Try connecting through a VCR or DVD player. If that is not an option then use the control knobs on the back of the set to Fine Tune into a local channel. On some older sets the Knobs are located inside in which case you have to remove the outer shell in order to access them. GOOD LUCK
Answered By: cantgofrg - 10/25/2006
get new tv. they are cheap enough, dont you know someone who has a back part of a lorry?
Answered By: krazzychicken - 10/25/2006
go out and get yourself an antenna, and while you are out at the store, maybe ask an expert on it -all the best.
Answered By: briana l - 10/25/2006
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