Panasonic TH42PX60....Problem with remote?

skirpydoink

Active Member
Hello,

I don't know what has happened with my remote for this TV but when i press the up/down button to scan through channels, it keeps going to channel 727 down to 700 then back at 727 again.

I can press the numbers on my remote and it will go to the correct channel but as soon as i press up or down it goes back to 727:confused:

Anybody got any ideas to sort this out?

Cheers!
 

WGLOVER

Active Member
Hello,

I don't know what has happened with my remote for this TV but when i press the up/down button to scan through channels, it keeps going to channel 727 down to 700 then back at 727 again.

I can press the numbers on my remote and it will go to the correct channel but as soon as i press up or down it goes back to 727:confused:

Anybody got any ideas to sort this out?

Cheers!


Are the batteries OK?
 

hardeepr

Novice Member
Hello,

I don't know what has happened with my remote for this TV but when i press the up/down button to scan through channels, it keeps going to channel 727 down to 700 then back at 727 again.

I can press the numbers on my remote and it will go to the correct channel but as soon as i press up or down it goes back to 727:confused:

Anybody got any ideas to sort this out?

Cheers!

Since you are referring to 3 digit channel numbers I'm going to guess that you are talking about Freeview/DTT channels. Channels 700-727 are radio channels therefore I surmise that you have somehow set your PX60 to radio DTT channels which means the TV will scroll through those channels only - unless you enter a number directly.

Press i on your remote to bring up the info banner than press the blue button. This will scroll through the various DTT channel settings - All, Free, Pay, Radio & User - the names are pretty self-explanatory. I would suggest Free unless you have TopUp TV. (Personally I use the User setting to arrange the channels in my order of preference.)
 

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