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Philis tv I am trying to reset hour meter on my tv and I don't have the manual book or remote, please help. Thanks Bonnie

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To get a originald remote for your tv go they will be able to help you.good luck

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Go to this link; they have the manual, troubleshooting, FAQs etc. I think pages 13-19 should explain what you need. Unfortunately online Philips do not still sell replacement remotes for this set, contact them for more info, they should have an alternative replacement available; Hope this helps, please post again if you need more info :)

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