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Input number displayed in corner (V-1, V-2, etc.)

The input number (V-1, V-2, etc.) is displaying in the top-left corner of the TV, and I don't know how to get rid of it. I've gone through the menu about 15 times and found nothing. Unfortunately, I don't have the manual handy and can't locate one online.

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  • MrXax Jan 29, 2009

    The solution was to use the "Display" button on the remote (once I had found it). I'm just puzzled as to how that input number began to display without the remote in the first place.

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If you dont have the proper remote (like me) i just configured my comcast remote using the appropriate code and pressed to INFO button on the remote between menu and guide. Hope that helps!!

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Believe it or not, sometimes things just randomly happen. Remote controls operating using infrared light and coded commands, and sometimes sheer dumb luck results in the TV deciding it's gotten a remote command. This is sometimes more frequent in homes where CFL replacement lamps are in use. The way they work can sometimes cause interference with some remotes, and can confuse the TV as well.

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