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Video mode I cant use my remote or universal remotes to change from video mode. Is my remote broke would a new one solve this please help

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  • chez517 Feb 17, 2009

    the tv is stuck in video mode. I can't get regular television.

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Do you meen by video mode that it is in an external mode via a scart lead. if so does it operate ok if the external inputs to the tv are removed ie only leave the aerial lead plugged in

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