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Scrolling When turned on, my television scrolls up through the channels one by one over and over and over, etc....... Remote and tv front panel have no affect at all in stopping this. Any idea??

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Re: Scrolling

The buttons in the front control panel are bad,these switches part number are 268854

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When my tv is powered on, it displays the device menu and continues scrolling through it, but will do NOTHING else. I've tried to reset, and nothing. The tv will not respond to the remote at all.

A suggestion here: If possible to remove front speaker grill and inspection plate that should be behind it---locate the bundle of wires that comes down from front keyboard with the buttons and follow it to the right and down---should be one or two plugs in-line--------disconnect them with the set off and power set back up with remote.

If the problem is gone you have a bad micro-switch on the front of the set------buttons on the keyboard there have priority over the remote---hence you cannot if the problem is there stop it with the remote or do anything for that matter.

Let me know what happens and I will suggest options.

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the device button on the front panel is being held open. This is something that would happen over time, nothing that you can do to prevent it. I would recommend getting a button and soldering it on to the front panel.

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Sounds like it has one of two problems first one could be a stuck button. The micro locks up and the set wont come on also could be causing the channel scrolling run you finger along the channel buttons. Other than that you would need a new signal board you have a locked up micro...this part will be No longer Available.

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"'s possible that one of the front panel buttons is "stuck" or shorted, and this could cause the TV to ignore commands from the front panel or remote. But this should also cause the Power command to be ignored, too. You might try pulling off the front panel and disconnecting the front panel buttons and then see if the remote works."

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Your set uses the 195 series chasis. The only thing I can think of which would make the channels scroll by themselves is a contaminated PC board and pushbuttons behind the buttons on the front of the set. This is usually the case when spray cleaner or some other fluid is sprayed or spilled on the screen, and it drips down onto that board. To prove this, remove the back cover and on the top of the main chassis, where the top of the picture tubes are, is a small PC board with the remote reciever and a couple of jacks. The smaller jack is for the speakers and the larger jack is for the front panel PC board. Unplug the larger connector which goes up to the front PC board and then turn the set on with the remote. If the set works normally, the front PC board will have to be removed and cleaned or repaired (or just leave the jack unplugged and work the TV from the remote only). If you do not have any experience working inside projection sets then allow a qualified tech to handle it for you.

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