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Hi am using ONIDA colour TV In which am getting a problem like the TV automatically switches to AV mode What is d problem Please advise

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The problem is with its input selection circuit itself. This section circuit comes to its main system control section. It will be best to contact any service technician in this case. The troubleshooting is somewhat skilled work.
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