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The onboard TV guide works perfectly, but inputs are green

The onboard TV guide and menus work perfectly, but not inputs. The inputs are green and then the picture will come in and out.

Audio is fine, and like I said all the on board functions like menus, and adjustments show up but that's all i'm getting.

Not sure what the deal is.

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Problem solved. Not sure how. The TV has just been moved in, and after hours of rest and being reset a few times the problem went away.

Posted on May 20, 2009

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