Question about Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-27FS100 27" TV

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Initial Set up image

Recently the Initial Set up window began coming onto the screen. I went through the set up process, but after going through the auto set-up process, the Initial setup window repeatedly comes back. I have reset the TV to factory setup, unplugged the set for a period of time, always going through the initial setup program, but it seems to return on a regular basis. Was wondering if this might be an indication that a service call is needed, a problem someone else has experienced, or something more serious. Thanks for a response.

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I am having this same problem. It seemed to clear up on its own at first, but it has since returned. It seems to occur most often after the TV has been on for a couple of hours. I contacted Sony Tech cupport and they recommend having the set serviced. I haven't yet, since it seemed to "fix itself," but now that the issue has resurfaced I'm likely to take it in unless someone has a suggestion as to what is causing it, and how to resolve it.

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