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Dvd t532 can not switch of

The issue is, I can only switch the DVD to stand by or to be ´on´ (red and green), I want it however to switch of entirely, as I have a remote control (an LG) that also works on the NAD. If I control the LG, the NAD reacts as well. There would be no issue if I could switch the NAD off entirely, as well as save electricity. Is there a way I can do this except for pulling the plug?



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