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Hi all, my television worked beautifully yesterday and never had a problem. It has been sitting in the same spot for 2 1/2 years, my son unplugged it to move to another room and plugged it back in. This tv has perfect picture and sound however, now will no-longer change channels it just remains on one. None of the buttons work anymore the remote does not work anymore. When plugged in the tv comes on, but can only be shut off by unplugging it. What could have happened? Can anyone lead me in the right direction? Thank you in advance. Searching123 PHARR, TX

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I'ts possible that by accident someone activated the parental lockout. Your best bet is to locate your instruction manual and find the default code. Also problems(usually with software) can cause the the tv to do unusual things. Leave the set unplugged for at least 24 hours, the see if there is a response with the buttons on the tv. You may be able to reset the set to factory defaults. Scrivitron

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