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Unplug the 110-AC power source, wait maybe a minute, then plug the power back. I have the same malfunction issues with my cable box, cellphone, cordless phone, flat-screen TV, and laptop PC. Disconnect the AC power and remove the battery, wait one minute, then replace the battery and 110-AC power, and it works OK again.
Its a software glitch; when you remove all power source, it reboots and the glitch is deleted, but it returns a week to a month later. Manufacturers purposely included this to psyche you into junking your old electronics and buying new. Observe this never happened until AFTER 5 years had lapsed since you got it brand new.
Posted on Nov 29, 2013
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