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Channel memory is there any reason why a tv would revert back to channel 3 every time it is turned off? any assistance would help, thanks!

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Re: channel memory

Don't have solution, but have the same problem. My guess is the chip is not holding its state. That could be the chip itself, a cap that isn't holding a charge or an internal battery that lost its ability to keep the circuit live.

Upsetting to say the least. My TV won't remember my custom channel line-up either...

Posted on Dec 05, 2009

Re: channel memory - Niko OTP-2613W 26 in. LCD Television Flat Panel Televisions

This t5v is a piece of ****

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