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Continually rolls thru inputs

We have them set to Video 1 (for video conf cameras) they've been on literally for years and every once ina  while one will start cycling through the inputs.  CAn't get to the menus, restarting doesn't help.


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Re: Continually rolls thru inputs

Make sure the remote cannot be "seen" by the set in question. My guess is the buttons on the remote are transmitting without anyone pressing them....accordianman

Posted on Oct 20, 2007

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If you mean that it happened once, then someone hit the INPUT button by mistake, either on the set itself or on the remote. Pressing the INPUT button will cycle through the tuner (A and B) and through all video inputs. Simply keep hitting the INPUT button until the set is back where it was before.

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