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TV TURNS ITSELF OFF WHEN MUTE IS ACTIVATED

WHEN THE MUTE BUTTON IS PRESSED THE TV TURNS OFF .
THANK YOU ADOLPH GERDES

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  • yorel13 Feb 05, 2009

    NO IT DOES NOT TURN THE TV ON .

  • yorel13 Feb 08, 2009

    THE TV TAKES SEVERAL SECONDS TO TURN OFF .
    IT IS NOT AN INSTANT PROBLEM .
    YOREL13


  • yorel13 Feb 08, 2009

    THE TV TAKES SEVERAL SECONDS TO TURN OFF .
    IT IS NOT AN INSTANT PROBLEM .
    YOREL13


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Try a different remote, your remote may be putting out the wrong command when you press mute. Will pressing mute turn the TV on?

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

  • Are you using the TV's remote or another universal remote?

    If using the TV's remote have you tried putting the remote in the Net Command mode and or putting it back to the normal mode?

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