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Menu I need to know how to access the menu manually through the TV set itself. I have an universal remote and cannot get to the menu.

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Re: Menu

To acess the menu push the channel up button and the volume up button on the front panel or the channel down and the volume down.and the menu will appear.but you can get the originald remote at good luck

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