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DIsplay box with keeps popping up-

A blue display box with flashing ''mono'' and ''stereo'' audio signals keeps popping up while I am wathing tv

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  • 2931 Jan 03, 2009

    A blue display box with flashing ''mono'' and ''stereo'' audio signals keeps popping up while I am wathing tv

  • sappycindy Jan 18, 2009

    a blue display box in the upper right hand corner keeps poppong up and the mono/stereo status changes... ticking me off. How do I stop this?

  • birchmoon75 Jan 21, 2009

    We just purchased this TV and in the upper right corner every couple of minutes, or even more often, the mono/stereo status keeps coming up. Have searched the manual and menus on the screens and can't find a way to make this stop. Also, the sound seems to crackle a bit and we can't fix that either.

  • CHAD HALL Jan 30, 2009

    same problem

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I sent an email to Sharp and they answered

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I find that if we turn the DVD player on and just switch the TV to video, we don't have this problem at all.

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