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Tv is stuck on input 5

Hooked up my wii i got christmas, went to device input 5, played game,
when i tried to go back to sat. it keep jumping back to input 5,
remote will not turn tv on or off. have to hit the reset button to turn tv off

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U may have a s/w problem take the from speaker grill off , unscruw the front small door follow the connector for the front botton , and unploged , now try to use ur remote control

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