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My television screen has a small number two in the top right side

The small two doesn't come off, even when I move the channels up or down. It still displays and the menu screen doesn't have anything to get it removed.

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  • superfly9 Mar 01, 2009

    Same problem - can't get the number 3 to disappear from the top right of my tv screen. I no longer have the original remote though.



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This is On-Screen Display and can disappear if you press Display OR ' i ' button on TV original remote. Universal remote doesn't have such button.

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