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TV INPUT ON BACK OF TV, GIVE AN ERROR

Last nite, removed the portable DVD and hit input until i got to the 1st one TV, it does not show a picture, but gives an error of
UNABLE TO BROADCAST SERVICE (E202). I tried shutting off, tried changeing the remotes, nothing works, just that error.

when i click to the next input, it does show the show but everything is light blue, faces, hair, everthing.

what could have happened in 1 day

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I recomend that before doing anything else, unplug your TV (from power) for at least 5 minutes and then plug it back in. See if this solves the problem.

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