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Remote Won't Work After About 10 minutes with TV On

Started having a problem with the remote not working with the HD 56FN97, changed batteries, even used a universal remote and all work usually for about the first 10 minutes or until TV warms up, then nothing.

Can still change channels manually, but I didn't spend this kind of money for that, anyone ever have this problem? (Purchased in 2006 from Best Buy)

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Check the sensor with any camera pointed at ir sensor on remote
It should be giving no light when the remote is not in use...
If there is constant light some button is stuck...and if that;s the case open the remote and clean contacts...

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