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We have a 1995 52 in rear protection TV hooked up to Time Warner. Laft night while using the guide, I mistakenly hit record instead of select on the cable remote. We do not have a DVD recorder but the cable box when to rEc and locked up. It also switched to a different channel that we could not change. We unplugged everything to try and reboot the cable box but it wouldn't work. My husband took the TV remote and selected the menu item. Not sure what he did but we lost all picture except for the words Antenna B Channel 3. I then called Time Warner, they reset the cable box back to the time but we are still locked out of the TV. We can only go between Channel A and Channel B but lost the other options Video, etc.They sent a technican out and could not figure out what is wrong with the TV.

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