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Changes rom Input1 to Input2, Input3 to tv

While watching our tv, it constantly hops from tv to Input 1 or 2 or 3 ... or vice versa.

What can I do?

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Ladythree,

the problem for your unit is the manual button switches. In the long time it wasnt used. it got stucked and somewhat rusted. This problem can best be addressed by replacing the buttons switches(tac switch).
this should solve your problem.


chris

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You will need to complete a channel scan from the tvs menu. I assume you have basic cable and that your cable company is still providing analog channels for you to be able to pick up any transmission on this telvision with the digital changeover and all.

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