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How do you disable the guide plus. my cable will not work with this on.

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Turn on the TV

using original remote:

Bring up TV Main Menu and select option 7 (TV Guide Plus Menu)
Select option 1 (TV Guide Plus Setup)
Find the MENU, GO BACK and Input button on your remote
Press the MENU Button then immediately:
Press the GO BACK button then immediately:
Press the INPUT button.

Note: It is important to press the Menu, Go Back and Input buttons quickly (within a second of each other)

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I hope this helps.

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