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The channel stays lit in the upper right corner

We lost the remote (use the DISH remote) to our TV and now the upper right corner always says "3" or "video" if we are playing a DVD.

Any suggestions on how to make this go away?

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Hello,

Unfortunately, you almost always have to have the original remote control to get this display to go away. The "display" button is a specific code on that remote.

With Dish remotes, though, sometimes you can try different buttons and they will occasionally operate different functions. In TV mode, try the menu orother buttons to see if it makes a difference. My suggestion is to call a TV repair shop and see if they will allow you to borrow/buy an original remote for that TV.

Hope this helps you...

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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