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Control on tv do not work.

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The cable box controller is used almost exclusively. I started to not be able to control the volume. I thought it needed new batteries, but that didn't help. I then tried to use the remote that belongs to the tv and when it didn't work, I changed those batteries...still no luck. I then tried using the controls on the side panel of the tv and they don't work. I can't even turn the tv off and on using the side panel. I turned off the cable box and a pale blue screen stayed on all night.

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The only thing I can think of here is that your logic circuit on the TV is 'confused'. The best thing you can generally use to reset it is to disconnect the tv from the wall power for half an hour. That should reset everything. If that doesn't do it, you will need some kind of service.

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