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Hi, can anyone help please?

This may not be the right newsgroup but I didn't know where to start
looking. I've been given a working Ferguson D14R television but the
user manual is missing and I can't figure out how to tune it in. Can
anyone suggest where I can purchase a manual? I've tried Google and
ebay but with no luck so far.

Cheers,
Simon
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PigPOg said the following on 21/11/2005 11:47:
Hi, can anyone help please?

This may not be the right newsgroup but I didn't know where to start
looking. I've been given a working Ferguson D14R television but the
user manual is missing and I can't figure out how to tune it in. Can
anyone suggest where I can purchase a manual? I've tried Google and
ebay but with no luck so far.

Cheers,
Simon


For ferguson TV manuals email cpc at or phone them on
01772 654455

www.cpc.co.uk
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PigPOg wrote:
Hi, can anyone help please?

This may not be the right newsgroup but I didn't know where to start
looking. I've been given a working Ferguson D14R television but the
user manual is missing and I can't figure out how to tune it in. Can
anyone suggest where I can purchase a manual? I've tried Google and
ebay but with no luck so far.

Cheers,
Simon


Googling found this link

http://www.manualscenter.com/advance...fe6ce01e0d1995

It's the service manual, may be useful?

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In an earlier contribution to this discussion,
PigPOg wrote:

Hi, can anyone help please?

This may not be the right newsgroup but I didn't know where to start
looking. I've been given a working Ferguson D14R television but the
user manual is missing and I can't figure out how to tune it in. Can
anyone suggest where I can purchase a manual? I've tried Google and
ebay but with no luck so far.

Cheers,
Simon


I've Googled, and found a link which says:

"For ferguson TV manuals email cpc at or phone them on 01772
654455"

Don't know whether that's any good.

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Cheers,
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PigPOg wrote:
Hi, can anyone help please?

This may not be the right newsgroup but I didn't know where to start
looking. I've been given a working Ferguson D14R television but the
user manual is missing and I can't figure out how to tune it in. Can
anyone suggest where I can purchase a manual? I've tried Google and
ebay but with no luck so far.

Cheers,
Simon


Buy a universal remote or the one for that model
http://www.remotesrus.co.uk/remote/p...D14R_39586.htm
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Sir Benjamin Middlethwaite




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Hi, can anyone help please?

This may not be the right newsgroup but I didn't know where to start
looking. I've been given a working Ferguson D14R television but the
user manual is missing and I can't figure out how to tune it in. Can
anyone suggest where I can purchase a manual? I've tried Google and
ebay but with no luck so far.

Cheers,
Simon

http://www.instruction-manuals.co.uk...v/ferguson.htm

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Hi, can anyone help please?

This may not be the right newsgroup but I didn't know where to start
looking. I've been given a working Ferguson D14R television but the
user manual is missing and I can't figure out how to tune it in. Can
anyone suggest where I can purchase a manual? I've tried Google and
ebay but with no luck so far.

Cheers,
Simon


http://www.instruction-manuals.co.uk...v/ferguson.htm

Mogweed.

Fantastic!! I don't think he has those models.
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Mogweed wrote:
"PigPOg" wrote in message
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Hi, can anyone help please?

This may not be the right newsgroup but I didn't know where to start
looking. I've been given a working Ferguson D14R television but the
user manual is missing and I can't figure out how to tune it in. Can
anyone suggest where I can purchase a manual? I've tried Google and
ebay but with no luck so far.

Cheers,
Simon


http://www.instruction-manuals.co.uk...v/ferguson.htm

Mogweed.


Fantastic!! I don't think he has those models.
--
Sir Benjamin Middlethwaite

But that page gives the phone number for CPC - one quick call and he'll know
if he can get one or not. And, not only have I informed him where to look
this time, but he will now be aware that www.instruction-manuals.co.uk
exists for any future needs, which is, in my opinion, rather more helpful
than your reply of getting a remote control - he still won't know which
buttons to press to tune his set in, will he?

Mogweed.


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Mogweed wrote:
"PigPOg" wrote in message
news Hi, can anyone help please?

This may not be the right newsgroup but I didn't know where to
start looking. I've been given a working Ferguson D14R television
but the user manual is missing and I can't figure out how to tune
it in. Can anyone suggest where I can purchase a manual? I've
tried Google and ebay but with no luck so far.

Cheers,
Simon

http://www.instruction-manuals.co.uk...v/ferguson.htm

Mogweed.


Fantastic!! I don't think he has those models.
--
Sir Benjamin Middlethwaite


But that page gives the phone number for CPC - one quick call and
he'll know if he can get one or not. And, not only have I informed
him where to look this time, but he will now be aware that
www.instruction-manuals.co.uk exists for any future needs, which is,
in my opinion, rather more helpful than your reply of getting a
remote control - he still won't know which buttons to press to tune
his set in, will he?

Mogweed.


Ahem, others have given him the phone number and as for ME specifiying a
remote its the most logical approach because some TV's will not let you
tune the set without the remote, its going to be a downer if he gets the
manual and finds the manual refers to the remote for tuning the TV. :-)
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On Mon, 21 Nov 2005 11:47:21 +0000, PigPOg
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Hi, can anyone help please?

This may not be the right newsgroup but I didn't know where to start
looking. I've been given a working Ferguson D14R television but the
user manual is missing and I can't figure out how to tune it in. Can
anyone suggest where I can purchase a manual? I've tried Google and
ebay but with no luck so far.

Cheers,
Simon


Thanks to all who replied. I'll give CPC a try.

Bye,
Simon
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