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Phillips projection no picture

My husband was sleeping on the couch and I decided to change the channel. Big no no for me . I don't do electrial things. I was pushing buttons on the remote trying to get it to change channels and it went black. no sound no tivo no nothing. Could i have punched in a code to make it do that? It was playing perfect before I touched it. Help me What did I do?

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It sounds like you hit the AV button. Try hitting it again until you see a picture.

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