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Channel switches on it's own

Our TV switches back and forth from input 2 to a regular channel on it's own.  It does this intermittently.  It can behave for a month at a time and then it will start acting up.

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Re: Channel switches on it's own

This is probably a sticking button, similar IR signal from another remote control, or simply a short on the system board that holds the controls.  A simple cleaning might take care of this.

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