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Power, volume buttons

I have to hold the power button in for about 5 minutes and then the tv finally comes on.I have to unplug the tv to turn it off. You have to push the volume button in for about 2 minutes and then you can adjust the volume.

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  • roro1 Aug 17, 2007

    It is on the tv.

  • roro1 Aug 18, 2007

    One more thing. When i program the remote it only works for a few hours.

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Is this on the remote or the buttons on the TV?

Posted on Aug 17, 2007

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