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If your TV has the screw-on coaxial cable connection on the back, then you will not need a converter box. You can attach an internal or external antenna and have your TV scan for digital channels. The converter boxes are mostly for old CRT TVs with analog tuners or newer home theater "monitor" TVs which are being produced without built in tuners.
Thats indicating the standby voltage from the DG has an issue and is preventing the set from powering up. Replacing the DG would be the recomended repair for that issue. You can get the DG board from www.tvrpairworld.com
What should I do if my TV is stuck in Retail mode?
Your TV may have been set to Retail Store mode, which is mainly used on the shop floor. For home use, we recommend that you set the TV to HOME mode, which will allow you to change the settings. To change to HOME mode follow the steps below.
Press the 'MENU' button on the remote control to access the main menu.
Move the cursor down to select INSTALLATION and move the cursor right.
Move the cursor down to select PREFERENCES and move the cursor right.
Select LOCATION and move the cursor right.
Move the cursor up/down to select HOME and press the 'OK' button for confirmation.
The warranty on this set should be for 1 year. Return it for warranty service. Unless the set was dropped, moving it should not have effected anything. DO NOT open the set sas that would void the warranty.