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When I attach a ROKU box HDMI to the LC-32GD6U TV HDMI input, the small display in the upper right corner of the screen shows "720p" alternating with "VGA" and does not display the ROKU NetFlix info. Other RCA audio and S-video inputs operate correcty. Why does the HDMI exhibit this strange behavior?

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Go to the roku player settings and change the display type to HDTV and confirm it
This issue will be resolved

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