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Tv changes channels when turned on.

When the tv is turned on it starts changes channels by itself and won't stop?

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Be sure your remote hasn't got a button stuck down which is changing channels. If not, take the batteries out of the remote. If this stops the channel changing there is probably some conductve material stuck across the circuit board
inside the remote. If this is the case you have to check inside the remote by openning it up.

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