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Can't get out of the set menu screen

My son accidently hit the set menu button on the remote andnow we can't get out of the set up mode.  I have read the manual and followed the steps and can't seem to get out of set up mode.

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De power the main Amp, then remove the batteries from the remote, then power up the main set again and then put the batteries back in the remote...Its like a re-boot of a computer it just might work for you....Signed of as YUBEUT

Posted on Nov 03, 2007

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