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This TV has a sleep mode

I looked it up in manual and called the company but there is not details on how to change the setting I would like to stop the TV from just turning off

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There are two ways to solve this, but both will require using the original remote for the Magnavox. The original remote has a SLEEP button - press it until the screen says Sleep DISABLED or Sleep OFF.

Or make sure the TV is in TV mode, and Press Menu --> TV Steup --> Sleep Timer --> change to DISABLED

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