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Viewsonic N2751w continues to cycle thru channels at startup

When I turn the set on either via remote or Power button in front of set, the channels continue to cycle. If I hold the Power button down, the set will stop at one channel. I usually then hold the Power button and press Menu. At that point the channel surfing will stop but the menu on screen will cycle for a while. After three or four minutes of the cycling, the picture stabilizes and the set is usable.

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Unplugged the TV and removed and reinstalled each connection. Don't know why but it was enough to resolve the issue.

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